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This review is from: Eyes of the World (Audio CD)
A hugely rewarding listen. Bought on impulse I have not regretted it a moment. Well constructed songs, thoughtful lyrics and musical passages that develop rather than simply accompany the listening experience. A great antidote to the "fashionable" idiom of having the length and direction of a track measured by how long the vocals last.
I'm a great fan of Threshold and whilst not exactly in the same bracket regularly play this album before or after Hypothetical...somehow it's in the groove as far as my mind works!
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Initial post: 16 Mar 2010 21:34:51 GMT
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D. Weeks says:
I too was suprised and impressed by this album. I saw guitarist Declan Burke (great name) playing with Frost and along with John Mitchell thought he palyed very intelegent guitar and I was keen to hear more. I was not dissapointed. I also enjoyed some of John Mitchells stuff with the likes of Kino, Arena and the new It Bites. A whole new refreshing worlsd of modern prog is out there and its fun discovering it......
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