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Watertouch - We Never Went To The Moon CD (album) cover

WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON

Watertouch

 

Prog Folk

3.00 | 2 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Sweden is well known for delivering for more than 40 years great and yet unknown prog bands, one of them is Watertouch from more recent years. They release one album in 2005 and then gone into oblivion. We never went to the moon is the name of the album and their only one so far. The album sounds ok, in places even great, being almost entirely instrumental with sporadic voice passages on couple of pieces. To this release sounds anything but folk as is presented, this is light jazz rock with some fusion elements added here and there with plenty of improvisation elements added in song struncture. The forte pieces are Maybe I'm a Muslim,Funeral procession from ńselby or the title track, very nice interludes between musicians, nice guitar parts and good keyboards. I'm not so atached by the voice of Patrick Salin, definetly a low point of the album , even is not bad is far from being intresting. Overall a decent album where the instrumental sections are by far the main atraction, but I don't considered to be a very original or at least very intresting release. 3 stars is best I can give.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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