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Glass Hammer


Symphonic Prog

3.68 | 27 ratings

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4 stars This is quite honestly one of the best live albums you will ever hear. After the brief, slightly silly introduction, the crazy jam of chronomotheme enters...transforming majestically into beautifully epic ELP-inspired madness...absolute bliss. This live album is almost worth it for this track alone. The track constantly changes pace, as does Fred Schendel's choice of keyboards (and from pictures I've seen, he has a lot). And there's more Mellotron than you could ever need here too. The choir is a bit over-the-top but is never extraneous. Glass Hammer are a prog band not to be reckoned with or doubted, and should be listened to religiously and worshipped as much as Yes and ELP.
Publius | 4/5 |


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