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The Tangent - The Music That Died Alone
Inside Out/SPV
By MuzikMan
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2003-10-31
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Artist: The Tangent
Title: The Music That Died Alone
Label: Inside Out/SPV (www.insideoutmusic.com / www.spv.de)
Genre: Rock/Progressive, Jazz-Fusion

Prog-rock super groups are usually excellent. The Tangent is one of the best yet, as the release The Music That Died Alone proves without leaving any room for doubt. Once again, the brilliant guitarist/vocalist Roine Stolt is part of a band that will make waves and receive rave reviews from every corner of the globe.
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The Flower Kings, well represented in this lineup, feature Stolt's band mates Jonas Reingold and Zoltan Csorszas well. In addition, holding court with the flower king is Sam Baine and Andy Tillson (Parallel/90 Degrees), David Jackson (formerly Van Der Graaf Generator) and Guy Manning.

This mighty band offers the listener 16 unyielding tracks of progressive-rock sprinkled with the occasional jazz-fusion. If you have always had a soft spot for Yes and ELP you will love this album. Fifty percent of the band is TFK, thus you have the Yes influences. On the flipside is the other fifty percent that sounds like ELP both instrumentally and vocally. Not a bad combination if I should say so myself. Although you will detect the influences straight away, there is the necessary inventiveness apparent in every track to compel you to play this album several times in succession before casting it aside for another CD. It worked that way for me. The way they utilize their vocalists is the key to keeping things fresh and appealing from beginning to end.

The album consists of three different suites, "In Darkest Dreams," "The Canterbury Sequence" and "The Music That Died Alone." Each section offers varying degrees of passionate guitar playing and keyboard driven excellence. This is not music that will ever die much less be alone, it offers too much substance and musical integrity to suffer that kind of fate. This album is so good that I cannot literally describe it all in words. There is an unexplainable intangible element of music that you assimilate only through the ears and senses, that should say it all coming from my little corner of the universe. I promise you, this will be one of the very best prog-rock albums you will hear this year...enough said, now get it.

Track Listing :

In Darkest Dreams
1. Prelude - Time For You
2. Night Terrors
3. The Midnight Watershed
4. In Dark Dreams
5. The Half-Light Watershed
6. On Returning
7. A Sax in the Dark
8. Night Terrors Reprise

The Canterbury Sequence
9. Cantermemorabilia
10. Chaos at the Greasy Spoon
11. Captain Manning's Mandolin
12. Up-Hill From Here

The Music That Died Alone
13. A Serenade
14. Playing On.....
15. Pre-History
16. Reprise

Band Lineup :
Sam Baine & Andy Tillison (Parallel/90 Degrees)
Roine Stolte, Jonas Reingold & Zoltan Csorsz(The Flower Kings)
David Jackson (Ex-Van Der Graaf Generator)
Guy Manning


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