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David Minasian


Symphonic Prog

3.89 | 145 ratings

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3 stars Overall, I didn't particularly like or dislike this album. Beauty in prog is my thing, so I expected to be fairly bowled over by this, but certainly wasn't. I expected great melodies, and while they aren't bad, I think bands like Cirrus Bay have spoiled me. What I really DO like about the album is the guitar playing, both of Andrew Latimer on the opening mini epic, and that of his son Justin, who both play wonderfully, and therein lies the strength of the album to my ears. And though Mr. Latimer makes a fine appearance here, the compositions are too repetitive and even predictable at times to be quite of Camel calibre. The vocals are weak as well. Having said that there are some fine instrumental sections throughout here, and I think it will, overall, be a pleasant occasional listen.
snelling | 3/5 |


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