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The Fyreworks



3.02 | 27 ratings

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3 stars One shot wonder from mid to late '90s from neo prog zone The Fyreworks is a band formed by well known musicicns in this field. Conducted by Rob Reed, from Cyan back then and future Magenta head, gathered around him some great musicians like Andy Edwards from Cyan and future IQ and Magenta member, etc. So, the music is pleasent to my ears, is that typical neo prog who smelling of '70s in sound, something like Genesis meeting Jethro Tull, IQ and even Yes in parts, not very original, but the music is mostly enjoyble, the opening Master Humphries Clock is a real proof. Very nice flute, keyboards and pleasent voice, guitars and all atmosphere. There is some pastoral parts, smoth and elegant that goes hand in hand with neo prog feel of the album. All in all a nice release, quite forgotten by many listners, I think that worth to be discovered, for me a winner. 3.5 stars for sure.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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