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Taylor's Universe



4.10 | 31 ratings

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4 stars Taylor's Universe is a name that almost always get past for other well known bands. I'm not pretty sure about all their catalogue, but Return To Whatever (2009) released by the rusian label MALS is a great album.

Saxophones, a bit of Emerson, Lake & Palmer (in the track 'July 6th') and great keyboards are waiting for you in this album.

Also, 'The Atlas Clock' reminded me a bit of Dave Matthews Band, bit Jazzy and with country violins. 'Earth' is a bit renaissance and then a bit Jethro Tull. And while 'Pink Island' is a bit Krautrock the last track 'Mooncake ? Reprise' is a great way of finishing the album.

Return To Whatever (2009) was a great surprise and one of the nicest 2009 albums I've heard. Kudos to Taylor's Universe for that.

ProgShine | 4/5 |


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