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All Over Everywhere


Crossover Prog

3.81 | 60 ratings

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3 stars Why does Dan Britton mix and effect his vocalists so strangely? Or are they recorded for playback on some rare and unusual audiophilic system that I have no access to? Also, I just don't like his choice of plug-in acoustic guitar sounds--they sound too little like an 'acoustic' guitar. Some pretty songs and arrangements that somehow went wrong in the mix/engineering (IMHO). "Art of the Earth" [9/10] is an excellent song despite it's odd sound (mix). Love the flowing, weaving use of vibes with the keys and guitar. Trinna Kesner's vocals are, at least, better than the males he's used in "Birds and Buildings" and "August in the Urals." And her lyrics are good. Good album. Three stars.
BrufordFreak | 3/5 |


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