Monday 10 December 2018

Quidam - Quidam (1996)

The debut album from this band from Poland.

The band is a sextet on this album with a lineup of guitars, cello, flute, keyboards, bass, drums, tambourine and vocals. Female Polish vocals, no less.

I got all their six albums and will be reviewing them this winter. A task this debut album has made me look forward to.

The music on this album is Polish neo-prog with the Polish sound and language. It says a lot that Miroslav Gil from Believe is involved here.

The music is not far away from Believe. But also add Magenta from England too and you get this album and the music.

The music is very lush and colourful. The Polish language adds lots of colours to the music. They also add a lot of extra quality.

There are also some opera feeling over this album. A bit too much, almost.

This fifty minutes long album is a really good album and I have hereby discovered another band I really like. For me, that is the whole point of this blog......... Check out this album.

3 points

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