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- Order number: 33401
- Band/Artist: EVERSHIP
- Format: CD
- Genre: PROGRESSIVE
- Erscheinungsdatum: 19.10.2018
In “Evership II” the band dive into deeper waters of 1970s art rock. If in their debut album... more
In “Evership II” the band dive into deeper waters of 1970s art rock. If in their debut album there was songs with some modernity, “Evership II” sound more and more 1970s. Songs like “Wanderer” would be easily played at some FM station of that time, and also a bit more time during the 1980’s flashback radio programs. Evership are also much more attached to Kansas art rock era. Yes influences are also intact. Keyboards are more prominent. They steal the show all the time in Evership II as they did in all great art rock bands. In “Isle of the Broken,” Evership maintain all the finesse that is their stapler. A slow paced tune with some dashes of a gentle ballad with a neat instrumental with changes a bit during its twenty-eight minutes. In its middle, they got a bit zeppelinish with Beau West singing with Plant vibe and spirit. The song gets harder with a gentle Uriah Heep’s keyboarding to remember everyone else that they are an art rock band. Then, suddenly, a guitar and keybords solo burst into our ears. The effect is amazing. In “VI. The Tree and the Door” the guitar solo sounds a lot like Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour in the intense and emotion. Just love that.
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