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This album so perfectly captures the soothing and inspirational nature of melancholy beauty that I am quickly transported to a place east of the sun and west of the moon, filled with endless magic and wonder. I am able to find serenity so easily, I find myself asking, as Keats wrote, "Was it a vision, or a waking dream? / Fled is that music: Do I wake or sleep?" Scott
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Behind its apparent down-to-earth construction, Along The Mantic Spring hides unsuspected details and qualities that will take several listening sessions to reveal.
The stretched guitar sounds, the organ-like layers and the oneiric touches of strings, mixed with an ubiquitous reverberation, turn this release into a warm and regenerative wind coming from the southern lands.
This album has the optimistic and bright aura of the sunrise caressing our skin and waking our senses in an april morning. Dotflac