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In Hauras Silta there are elements from folk, prog, gospel and jazz etc...LISTEN TO SAMPLES:
"Behind The Curtains is a must have for people who like progressive rock with influences taken from fusion, jazz-rock and classical music." - Henri Strik / Background Magazine"I found reviewing this album both a total joy and a total surprise mainly because I knew very little or nothing about the band, their history or indeed the project itself. Kimmo Porsti has brought together quite a dream team himself being a master of the drums and doing so inspires further exploration of their previous album “Hauras Silta” and eager anticipation of further projects. Production is A1 sounding at its best on good quality playback equipment. Well, a grand way to end 2011 methinks." - ProgmeisterLISTEN TO SAMPLES:
"The most honest thing I can say about Hauras Silta is that it is a gem: brilliant, colorful and alluring.This is an album chock full of the kind of Progressive Rock I still enjoy and crave. It is somewhat retro, no question. I hear the echo of Renaissance, chiefly, but then also Jethro Tull, Holdsworth-era Gong, fusion and even Steely Dan in some of the blistering, crafty, perfectly tailored guitar solos. But Hauras Silta is retro in the clean, appealing sense of the term as we might apply it to, say, Anglagaard. In other words, Paidarion takes its genre tradition seriously, resides within it, but then also offers clever interpretations, subtle blends and bends, and the freshness of modern studio embellishment to end with a truly fine album—the best new prog release I've heard in a very long time.." - Bungalow Bill / Progressive Ears
Paidarion: Hauras Silta10 eur
Paidarion: Behind the Curtains10 eur
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