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All Over Everywhere


Crossover Prog

3.81 | 60 ratings

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Eetu Pellonpaa
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5 stars I was very charmed by this album, borne from collaboration of Dan Britton and Trinna Kesner, supported by a league of their talented musician friends. This ethereal music has interesting tonal presence, being similarly open and distant, yet however warm and firmly composed, supported with professional arranging and performing. Melodic themes are dreamy and hopeful, creating a strong sensation of relaxation. The musical instrumentation used on the record is large, and the mellow Mellotron flute sounds are enriched with sophisticated arsenal of classical and ethnic music instruments, creating both personal and solid sound texture. The singing voice is tender, pleasant and quite educated sounding, giving a perfect human touch to the instrumental basis of the music, and fitting to my personal taste very perfectly. Some referring to other bands could be classic era Renaissance with lesser dramatics, more spacey approach, and more detailed musical elements shimmering in the distant outskirts of the delightful songs musical boundaries. Also the airy realms of "High The Memory" composition of Yes came into my mind as one association, and similarly some romantic impressionistic sequences from Kate Bush records. From my own personal listening experience's perspective this record presented me a new unique sound, falling in line of progressive rocks stylistic frame of reference, but not mimicking those earlier bands styles, instead emphasizing personal creativity. The composition quality line is also fine, and it is difficult to name any weak links from the song list, personal favorites residing in the mellowest tracks like "Art of The Earth", "Honesty" and "Until The Sun Begins to Fall". The album covers give nice personal final touch, with its warm, humane and casual design, and I would warmly recommend this pretty record for anybody open to tender and personal art music.
Eetu Pellonpaa | 5/5 |


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