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    Main » 2010 » March » 29 » Axis ~ 1973 ~ Axis
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    Axis ~ 1973 ~ Axis

    genre: prog

    country: greece

    quality : lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)

    time: 41'02" size: 249 mb


    VintageProg:

    The second album by this Greek band who lived in France. I've been told that their two other albums are both non-progressive, but this one is a REALLY progressive album! It's incredible diverse and features almost everything: heavy progressive, trad/free-form jazz, Crimson-like passages, experimental and atmospheric Tangerine Dream-like Mellotron-parts, Canterbury-like jazzy progressive and grandiose, symphonic parts with church-organ and choir. The only thing that doesn't do much for me is the most far out free jazz on "Asymphonia". But the rest is GREAT! The opening track "Waiting a Long Time" is a great heavy-progressive track, and at the end the track suddenly turns into a part where it's played by a trad-jazz arrangement. And the album just continues to surprise the listener with unexcepted turns. "Sewers Down Inside" features Tangerine Dream-like flute-Mellotron and creates some great atmosphere. "Materializing the Unlimited" sounds like a good Crimson-instrumental with great Mellotron. "Suspended Recipe", "Roads" and "The Planet Vavoura" are all more in a Canterbury progressive vein. Jazzy, but the band managed to give it a sound of their own by using the Mellotron on these passages (not very common in jazz-influenced progressive). A great and VERY progressive album ...



    01. Waiting A Long Time 4:27
    02. Sewers Down Inside 6:19
    03. Materializing The Unlimited 5:03
    04. Asymphonia I 5:06
    05. Suspended Precipice 1:49
    06. Roads 5:05
    07. Asymphonia II 2:50
    08. Dancing Percussion 2:39
    09. Pa Vu Ga Di 3:45
    10. The Planet Vavoura 4:00


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    Total comments: 3
    3 Hans   (02.11.2010 23:29)
    Thanks Luk, opened Cue Ripper but then : cannot open cd.....
    A pity,

    Regards,
    Hans


    2 Luk   (01.11.2010 02:20)
    Thanks a lot, very good music... Hans, you need to download CUETools_2.0.9, http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=66233, I just used it to encode in wave and cut the tracks, it seems to work fine...

    1 Hans   (31.10.2010 12:33)
    Such a pleasure to find this record,
    it's only a very, very pity that you post one piece
    instead of the tracks.......

    Regards,
    Hans from Amsterdam


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