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Busker - Summernightsmusic CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

2.00 | 2 ratings

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3 stars Busker forth album from 1982 named Summernight music is another good album from this discrete band from Canada. Here Busker combine besides some symphonic prog arrangements with jazzy elements and here and there some more new age keybords added. By the early '80's many bands from prog scene become more intrested in this kind of new fase in keybords technology, adding new sounds and new concepts, Busker use them only in small quantity and for theat the album still sounds good to my ears. Also her are some flute, trumpet and trombone played by some guests. Again pleasent vocal parts and good instrumental passages. Busker always played at the border of mainstrem symphonic prog, not realy comercial but more accesible then other bands, not very complicated tunes, always with good atmosphere easy to sing along some of them, but sometimes rather unintristing overall. This album I no better then Impression of a city not worse either, they keep same attitude and I like it, still prefere Impression over this one. 3 stars gain, good album but nothing special.
b_olariu | 3/5 |


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