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2.68 | 10 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Last warning (9:38)
2. Ever and never (6:55)
3. Be yourself (4:57)
4. Playtime (9:15)
5. To be you (7:22)
6. Another door (4:59)

Total Time: 43:06
Bonus track on cd release:
Long way of power

Line-up / Musicians

- Biagio Bisignani / drums, percussion
- Mario Gulisano / vocals, tambourine
- Antonio Moschetto / electric guitar
- Giovanni Scaccianoce / bass
- Salvo Fiorentino / keyboards, samples

Releases information

Cd. Progressive PRO 003 (1991)

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EDITH ... A Space Between Ever and Never ... ratings distribution

(10 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (56%)
Collectors/fans only (33%)
Poor. Only for completionists (11%)

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Review by b_olariu
3 stars Edith is an obscure neo prog band from Italy formed around 1988. They release 3 studio albums and then gone into oblivion. No wonder because I see here only one review at first album, no one bother to discover them. The album title, A space between ever and never is more intristing then the music offered here. Typical neo prog release, nothing is outstanding , nothing is bad aswell here. I like the voice of Mario Gulisano, very emeotional, yet not very distinctive in tone of voice. What is not so enjoyble at this release is te lack of diversity, the arrangements are most of the time same , but not bad. I can say is a good debute overall, but without hooks that make an album and specialy a neo prog album quite pleasent. No piece is particualry great, only ok, maybe opening trak Last warning is the most catchy tune, almost 10 min of good neo prog but quite pale in comparation with other albums from that time. So, I will give 3 stars to this release, fairly good but only the neo fans and I think not all of them will enjoy this A space between ever and never.

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2 stars In my opinion "The Space Between Ever and Never" is a title that says everything about the disk in subject. In the reality this is the best form than I found to describe my feeling in relation to this first work of the Italian band EDITH, where I recognize the capacity of the components of the ... (read more)

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