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Ars Nova (JAP)


Symphonic Prog

3.71 | 78 ratings

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4 stars A excellent symhonic album in style of what ELP did in the past but with some great ideas add. The first track is the best from here, and shows how extrordinary is that girl named Keiko Kumagai, that's why she was invited to play keys on some Ayreon pieces later on. Maybe is not an absolute essential album in prog history but for sure is a great one to add to your collection. I give 4 stars, because is one of the fiew instrumental albums i can listen whole at once and not be bored by any piece. Maybe the weak point in here is the - Akiko Takahashi who plays on drums, she's to cold, rigid, no real feeling when she drums, and has no real skills like other drummers in prog. She plays without intrest. With all that i give to this album 4 stars. Try it, worth.
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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