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Bayon - First Recordings 1971-  1973 CD (album) cover




Prog Folk

3.14 | 10 ratings

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Joćo Paulo
4 stars Band of the seventies of the obscure East Germany, which was very rigid in relation to music, especially rock in Western Europe. This album is Progressive Folk, and was recorded playback of the vinyl, listening to the background noise characteristic of the playback device. It has a stereo very well done, for example in the left we can hear the sound of classical guitar and in the right the sound of flute and electric guitar. The rhythm section is made by bongos and tambourine and is very simple,giving a multi- ethnic context. The last track already has a battery in the rhythm section and features a duet between an organ and electric guitar with some distortion since, well out of context folk and I classify it as Psichedelic Space Rock, but it is very nice and well played. The lyrics are in German and the voice is nothing special but does not spoil the context It's a good album for lovers of Progressive Folk, and I advise you to listen in the middle of the speakers to be able to enjoy the good work of studio and stereo. I give 4 stars
Joćo Paulo | 4/5 |


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