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Green Space

 

Neo-Prog

3.02 | 7 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars 3,5 for sure

Green Space is a forgotten and obscure progressive rock band from France from early '90's, releasing a single album in 1990 selftitled at Baille mont records. The album is issued on CD by Musea records at a very good price. The music Green Space offers is a combination between neo prog elemets here and there with a specific french attitude and some symphonic passages who remind me of Tai Phong from mid '70's, very similar for instance with dutch band Cirkel from early '80's. Very good are the keybord arrangements made by Dominique Parmentier, smooth parts and well performed. I also like alot the voice of Dominique Van Robays, very fine and smooth range of voice. The pieces alternates from faster ones, where dominating instrument are guitar and keyboards with more slower ones like Marylin for ex, great voice, good compositions, entertaining music. The album is not very complex, but will please most of the progressive rock fans, with a speciffic '80's sound. 3.5 for this album, worth every money and some spins aswell. Good album, unnoticed by many listners and without too much chance to be discoverd by a large public.

b_olariu | 3/5 |

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