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HEART TO HEART

Peter Bardens

 

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2.37 | 20 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Peter Bardens is without hesitation one of the most influencial and respected musician from prog rock zone, specially remembered as the key(board) player in famous Camel from 1973 untill Breathless 1978 included. His first solo album outside Camel was out on the streets in 1979 named Heart to Heart. I think that this album is little known in prog circles and even less respected. The music offered is from progressive jazz fusion to pop prog, but always keeping the listner conected to the music, as I was. I like what I've heared here, even in some parts is easy lisning, but more then ok. For example Slipstream and title track are Camel-like instrumental songs with dominating keyboards and nice melodies in almost jazz fusion direction , it showing how great Bardens was and still is in manuvering the keyboards. Overall atmosphere smells of Camel's Breathless or I can see your house from here, but with less guitar magics coming from Andy Latimer. So, all in all , for me an ok release, nothing really excellent or on the level with Camel albums, but enjoyble most of the time. 3 stars

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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