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Crossover Prog

3.26 | 13 ratings

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4 stars JEREMY began playing piano at age six and bought his first guitar at age thirteen. He grew up and became a musical genius. His 2nd release "Celestial City" is the 2nd album for Kinesis and his 16th all in all. Just like his previous album "Pilgrim's Journey" from 1995 it's all-instrumental, and the music is very close to that album too. His music is somewhere between New Age and '70's progressive and symphonic rock. The music is a mix between CAMEL, GENESIS, The MOODY BLUES, MIKE OLDFIELD, PINK FLOYD, TANGERINE DREAM and VANGELIS. His emotional guitar playing is reminiscent to Steve HACKETT, Andrew LATIMER and Anthony PHILLIPS. All-instrumental albums can quiet often get very tiring, but JEREMY has got the ability to write beautiful and memorable melodies. Therefore he can grab the listeners attention throughout the entire album. The highlights on this album is the 10-minute "Invisible War", the 15-minute "The Door" and the GENESIS inspired "Celestial City". This is a classic instrumental symphonic prog album.
Greger | 4/5 |


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