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The Second Mechanism
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I expected neo prog to be honest. So I was surprised and very pleased when a very different type of music filled the air. The Second Mechanism is forty-three minutes with a mix of King Crimson like eclectic prog, some Camel, a lot of National Health and Gilgamesh and some Return To Forever. The music is woodwinds based with guitars, keyboards, bass and drums playing the more supporting role on this instrumental album. There is enough bite in the music to make it both relevant and interesting.
My only gripe with this album is the lack of more bite in the form of some great melodies and tunes. One killer track here and this album would had got something it does not have: A strong identity. It still have enough going for it to make it interesting. I regard this album as being a very good album which I will be happy to play on a regular basis in the years and decades to come.
Overall, the sound is influenced by the instrumental bands out of the Canterbury Scene and other quality Jazz-Rock from the early Seventies. More trad in this sense than Sanguine Hum who add a bit of modernity to their pallette.
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My earnest recommendation is that you go out and buy Diagonal's debut, you know the one that was recorded in 1972 then sent travelling through the aether to appear in 2008. Read morePublished on 23 Mar. 2013 by Pesto Fingeration