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Mr. Gil



3.28 | 12 ratings

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4 stars 3.7

After the deceiving guitar work in the former album SKELLIG in which ex-COLLAGE monsieur Gil showed very little, he changed completely the format of his band to a small symph orchestra without percussion. Sadly, Szadkowski did not join in this occasion. Anyway, neither was present the tired guitar by Gil himself. The credits of this album are not well described. Many instruments do not appear in the credits. I assume the composition is by Gil, and he made well in handing the instrumental part to the piano and cello musicians. The album contains a handful of intimate tunes with outstanding melodies and nice voices by Karol Wroblewski. "No More of the Dark" is an introspective beautiful song with a piano base and a very nice cello painting in the back of a good singing. "Best Regards" is a cheerful instrumental built with a mandolin base and an instrument I can't identify, maybe a synth guitar playing wind, anyway casting a nice melody. The singer makes a nice job in the theme "Easily". A bit too intimate for 4 stars, but the album may be worth them.

poito | 4/5 |


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