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Eclectic Prog

4.10 | 614 ratings

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5 stars Excellent debut album. Great musicians - half of fresh ( for the moment) King Crimson team (Bruford-Wetton) plus great gutarist from Gong Allan Holdsworth and Eddie Jobson ( Roxy Music).

From very first sounds you feel how great this music is. Highest level of musicianship, melted experience from explosively nervous King Crimson and Canterbury/fusion of Gong. All the best in one place and very tastefully prepared.

It's even difficult to speak about this album as about debut, all musicians were wellknown professionals yet. So, let say - fantastic beginning of great project.

Music by itself IMO is no way symphonic prog. Main space is filled by Crimsonian heavy prog and heavy fusion of middle period Gong. All other styles are more additives,spices, but all the dish is deliciously spiced!

Almost unpossible to find weak moment on all the record! Yes,it was a bad time for that kind of music, but this album is absolut swansong of progressive seventies.

Must have for any person,interested in progressive rock!

snobb | 5/5 |


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