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Corvus Stone


Crossover Prog

4.03 | 338 ratings

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4 stars Like a modern-day Beatles' White Album, an album that took its own pace and recorded whatever crossed the musicians' mind. The main styles of choice here is fusion, with a refreshingly assertive guitar of Colin Tench, blues-rock and traditional music, often flavored with the Latin, pastoral or oriental. One thing they dont seem much interested in doing, though, is rockin' out, because tracks in that style here are either throwaways or covers (the energetic jam in the otherwise Pink Floydian Boots for Hire). In short, perfect music for an aging progger (it even sounds the early 70's) - a theme that I frequently ramble on in my reviews. Even the fact that despite the multitude of vocalists, all sing similarly in that John Wetton-esque tired middle-aged man style testifies to my theory.

Progrussia | 4/5 |


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