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Symphonic Prog

3.10 | 20 ratings

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3 stars One of the obscure prog bands from late '70 from Quebec - Canada zone is definetly Milkweed. They released one album in 1978 self titled and then gone into oblivion. This is accesible symphonic prog, quite typical for that period, with all that there are some nice parts here and there. What is odd about this album and distract a lot from overall enjoyment are some poetry parts integrated in semi instrumental music offered. The poetry are narrated by vocalist Pierre Nadeau. So, overall good, there some nice instrumental sections specially on longest tune Out for a walk clocking around 13 min and a half. The album was re released long ago by Greg Walker's Syn-Phonic label also on vinyl with diffrent more nice art work , Overall good , but far from being really inspired and inventive album. A funny album in prog scene from late '70s. 3 stars maybe in some parts 3.5. An oddity in late '70 prog scene

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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