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  • Audio CD (June 10, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: CD BABY.COM/INDYS
  • ASIN: B001BN1J96
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Olav M. Björnsen on July 23, 2009
Format: Audio CD
A real good debut album by US outfit Edensong here.

The foundation of their compositions seems to be pastoral, mellow themes with elements of folk music and classical music incorporated in explorations where acoustic guitar, flute and violin are central. As the compositions evolve the intensity of these instruments rise, folk-tinged rhythms or regular drums are added; and the songs seems to gravitate towards art rock territories most times; especially when the Hammond makes it appearance - often underscored by electric guitars or; in a few instances, cello.

The cello adds some chamber rock elements into this folk, classical and art rock mix when utilized. As the topping, most tunes also feature heavier riff segments towards the end; some of them closing in on prog metal in expression.

It's a remarkebly well made and highly diverse creation we're dealing with here - lots of nerve and tension provided in a mostly subtle manner - and one to check out for listeneres with eclectic musical tastes.
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One of the things I've found interesting about a good bit of the latest crop of newer progressive bands, particularly in the more melodic/symphonic end of things, is the way they have been able to craft a sound that has merged a lot of older, classical elements with newer influences in a pretty seamless manner. Where one might have said that (insert band name here) was very heavily influenced by Yes and Genesis in equal measure, and said influences were evident in all phases of that band's sound, there's a new class of bands who seems to have assimilated those earlier influences in a different way, using them to temper their more contemporary sounds and styles, rather than the other way around. I've written about some of these bands recently, I'll be writing about others as we go along, and today I'll be writing my second review of one of these groups, Edensong.

Things open up with `Water Run,' a 6 minute piece with a heavy acoustic instrumental foundation. Muted cymbals and chiming acoustic guitar lead to a lovely rolling bass and drum pattern, with the drums sounding particularly warm and full. Schoen's vocals are presented at first in a high, innocent sounding tenor, with flute twisting around those vocals. There are some nice shifts in tone between quieter, almost pastoral verses and heavier bridges and choruses, and even the first guitar solo is an acoustic one, rather than electric. Organ tones are rich and quite vintage sounding...the entire mix of instrumental voices (flute, violin, organ, et cetera) sounds like something right out of the 1970's prog spec list, but the song sounds fresh and current. It certainly does not sound like a pastiche of various band influences stuck together with cello tape to create a song.
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