Second Sound

by Druckfarben

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Timek
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Timek Just love the sound of the band. And of course the name, it’s in my fathers language… :)
Dogger Dog
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Dogger Dog This release doesn't quite live up to their debut (a sorely overlooked monster of a neo-prog record!), but it's still head and shoulders above a lot of other neo-prog acts out there today. If you like Druckfarben's more experimental, syncopated, off-beat sections, this album will be a good fit. For good melody/flow, like the debut, it will require some patience to find it. Favorite track: Liberated Dream.
Steve Lawson
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Steve Lawson The album every Yes fan should buy instead of bothering with any Yes album from the last 20 odd years. Prog, 70s style, done to absolute perfection.
Paul Arzooman
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Paul Arzooman The second album shows a marked growth from the first. The songwriting is surer as is the musicianship (even though there was nothing lacking on the first album). There is just a confidence here that shines through. Their sound has solidified as well. I do hear moments that reflect Yes or Kansas or Moon Safari or Nathan Mahl, but the overall sound is not imitative but respectful of what's gone before. This is a great record. One of the best Symphonic Prog albums of 2014 for sure. Favorite track: Second Sound.
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released March 22, 2014

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