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The vocal sections of the song, as well of the entire album, aren't bad, but actually manage to be boring. Andy Tillison's voice isn't offensive, but it's not very good either. It also doesn't help that most of the instruments drop out once he starts singing. None of the vocals really push any song forward, and are always a low point in terms of quality and excitement in any song. While the opening has its faults, it's the only one of the first three songs that is mostly enjoyable.
The second song is plagued by incredibly annoying brass and synthesizer sounds whose only positive quality is that they don't stick around for the whole song. It's a relief once they're gone, and the next song has moved in the complete opposite direction.
However, this relief doesn't last long, as the third song is made up of mostly long, boring and repetitive vocal sections. There's a great instrumental passage in the middle, but it ends just as quickly as it began, and the vocals come right back. Luckily, after a mostly poor two tracks, the final two offer some of the most enjoyable music to be found here, and save the album from going into overall bad territory.
The final song in particular is mostly instrumental, but when there are lyrics, there's actually an interesting harmony going on. While there is little downright bad music apart from the second song, there is a glaring fault here: there are multiple, fairly lengthy passages of time where nothing musically interesting is happening.
These are usually the lyric sections, which could have been saved by more vocal harmonies though hopefully not more Tillison harmonizing with himself , a rise in fall in his singing intensity, or more interesting lyrical material.
While it's easy to write an album off just for bad vocals, the instrumental sections on Down and Out are good, and are not completely offset by their lyrical counterpart.
The album's production quality is worth noting, as it's very clean. There are some pretty dense sections, but you can hear everything just fine. The album also comes in at under an hour, and considering its faults, is a very good thing. The saving grace to this album's mediocre parts is that there is always a good part around the corner.
It's just a question of how long it will take to get there, and how long you're willing to wait. While not a great album, Down and Out In Paris and London does have a few great moments, which are unfortunately interspersed with very mediocre moments. It's worth a few listens if you can get your hands on it easily enough, but isn't one of 's best. Guy Manning's guitar, always a vital presence here, pushes off our main theme for 'Where Are They Now?
If you haven't acquired your taste for Tillison's voice I don't think this album will make a big difference either way. But the recording is so pure and pristine it barely matters and at the very least we can hear his words besides, Andy's always got something good to say. This first piece at just under twenty minutes is so packed full of neat stuff that Down and Out in Paris and London , the band's fifth, is a release a veteran listener can just tell will take a while to really get into, to be able to fit into.
No matter, it's a lot of fun trying, and that's half the fun of Prog anyway: the journey to get there. The main thematic is stretched, dissected, refitted and fully developed, and is supremely satisfying with subtle influences from Roger Waters to Mark Knopfler to, of course, Dave Stewart.
Vintage and slightly monotonous jazzrock sounds in 'Paroxetinemg' and melancholic 'Perdu dans Paris' is signature Tillison, taking its time as it ambles through the streets of the City of Light.
But for many the real treat will be 'The Canterbury Sequence vol. Like them or not, this band is among a tiny handful that holds in its hands the very future of rock that progresses, and for that we owe them a debt of gratitude.
Thanks, boys. The fifth album "Down And Out In Paris And London" demonstrated the band's consistent music direction, putting the Canterbury scene as their backbone. In a recent interview Andy Tillison said that in this album he had to also play guitar especially on the opening track. But again, as musicians have changed since its debut album but the Tangent still able to maintain its music quality. Overall, this album is an excellent one. The opening track "Where Are They Now?
The opening instrumental part consumes more than 3 minutes of great prog music arrangements. In fact when the vocal enters the music it still offers great musical experience; something that I can hardly find performed by other band, really. The vocal style is also very relax. I really enjoy the flow of the music. There are interesting changes of style as well as tempo throughout this track, eg.
It's really a nice music with excellent rhythm section filled with saxophone works. The music moves in crescendo into louder and faster music. The roots of The Tangent music are very apparent here. It's highly recommended. Keep on proggin'! Transitional but still very good album.파일 형식 창조 시간 파일 크기 Seeders Leechers 업데이트 된 시간; 음악: GB: 0: 0: 3 days ago.