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Product details

  • Audio CD (15 April 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Willowglass
  • ASIN: B00BXN12VE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 135,372 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ben Bottle on 6 Aug. 2013
Format: Audio CD
The only other review prior to this stated: "If you like proper prog rock, buy this! You won't be disappointed! There is nothing to dislike on this CD!"
Succinct to say the least - although it is very retro Prog Rock, and like its predecessors, leans heavily towards Anthony Phillips/Genesis.
Like the first two it is all instrumental, but unlike those this does not seem to have the flow or cohesion.
On the opener "House of Cards Pt1" the drums sound like empty biscuit tins! They do pick up on "House of Cards Pt2" where there is even a 'hint' of King Crimson.
I really loved "Willowglass" and "Book of Hours" they seem so much more fluid.
For those who love the dreamy synth and mellotron sound with flute, violin and guitar nicely layered in, Willowglass are for you.
I know Andrew Marshall (he is Willowglass), puts a lot of hard work into these albums and I do not dislike this, it is pleasing enough but falls behinds its seniors.
I'm afraid I was a LITTLE disappointed, but relatively speaking. I do not regret adding this to my collection; it is okay and I quite like it. So 3.5 stars please. I simply cannot give it five!!!! (Anyone remember Janice Nicholls from Juke Box Jury?)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lee E. Gaskins on 7 Dec. 2013
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With so many new prog bands emulating Porcupine Tree, and the like, it's nice to hear some solid diversity, and bring on the instrumental old school trappings of Andrew Marshall. His compositions are mainly long-epic pieces, bridged with Anthony Phillips-like short passages. His music evokes visions of colors, moods, and adventure.

This is Willowglass' third album, and though the style is very similar to the first two, songs seems a bit more bold, as well as expand on instrumentation (and guests). Don't want to get too spoiler-ish, but all songs are solid, many harboring Andrew's signature lead synth sound... with many ranges of highs and lows; no filler. Packaging-wise, multiple page liners is ambitious from an independent release. Great music and value for your buck.

My only gripe (or wish), might be the possible need for vocals in the future (female would fit in better), this would add another layer that would make this magical music even more wonderful. A no-brainer, unique; a must buy.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Brian Hamilton on 17 July 2013
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If you like proper prog rock, buy this! You won't be disappointed! There is nothing to dislike on this CD!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Another Willowglass classic! 16 May 2013
By Lee E. Gaskins - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Andrew Marshall and crew has returned into the beautiful instrumental world of Willowglass. If you are into old school Genesis, Instrumental Tull, and Anthony Phillips, this album will be up your alley. Yes you can hear the staple sound of synths and Mellotrons that are a given for Willowglass, but the use of flutes, violins, and solid drumming by: Hans Jörg Schmitz (drums/percussion), and Steve Unruh (violin/flute/guitar), give the album a different yet familiar flavor than the previous releases.

The Dream Harbour contains 4 lengthy pieces (The first track is over 20 min.), bridged together with oh too short tracks that have a more personal feel.'

I don't want to provide any spoilers, but the tracks vary from technical, to emotional, and contain enough time signature and style changes to make the toughest prog-snob quite happy.

One of the nicer additions to the CD is the care that Andrew has provided with a mult-paged insert that is missing in most independent works. You get a lot more than you pay for!

If you like the lighter side of instrumental prog, this is a MUST BUY. And after falling in love this this disc, check out Willowglass' first two CDs which are just a wonderful. Enjoy!
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Melodic in the vein of the 70ties, but.... 6 Sept. 2013
By Erni - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is music for them of us liking the mellower of 70ties prog. Like Renaissance, Fruup and Genesis. BUT... and this is a really BUT; the music is all too sonically complex. It is layer upon layer of electronic sounds in the vein of mellotrons. It became so sonically thick that you get totally exhausted. Why haven’t the composers/musicians/technicians made it more like the new Renaissance disc. Its beautifully mixed and put together sonically. Not too much, not too little. Willowglass has tried to much and achieved far too little. The intentions also on a musical level are high but the result is not up to aspirations. Then this is said Dream Harbor is better than 90 % of all that new prog that are produced today. For next effort the advice is "Less is More" dear Willowglass.
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