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Morse Code


Symphonic Prog

3.59 | 58 ratings

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5 stars In spite of receiving an inferior quotation among the albums of the Canadian band MORSE CODE in PROGARCHIVES, I consider "Procreation" a work superior in relationship "La Marches des Hombres" and side by side with POLLEN "Pollen" some of the best disks of progressive symphonic produced at that country! I also consider his work more gone back to the progressive symphonic. The first track soon in begin invokes already to strong influences of bands as GENESIS, YES and CAMEL through some beautiful moments of prominence for the flute played by Daniel Lemay and the keyboard is pure inspiration in GENESIS. The second track brings us a heavier sound with vocal that invoke influences of French bands like ANGE and MONALISA. The third track is very short and suggested me influences of bands as it TRACE. The fourth track brings a ballad with a beautiful keyboard work from organ and electric piano. The fifth track comes in a hard rhythm with beautiful bass work and a keyboards solo in Rick Wakeman's vein and at the end it presents a vocal full of laughters that without a doubt healthy influences in the way of singing of the progressive French and his theatrical form of vocalizations. The sixth track brings a t ype of prelude in pastoral climate (you can hear the birds singing) commanded by the acoustic guitar and it concludes in a theme that reminded me "Riplles" of GENESIS. The last track (actually they are three tracks) it is a type of suite that brings the best moments of this excellent disk where is very difficult to detach one moment or an instrumental solo, because it is simply perfect!!! My rate is 5 stars !!!
maryes | 5/5 |


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