Ring - The Empire of Necromancers

SKU 01-MUSEA4650
"Ring is probably one of the oldest Japanese Progressive rock bands, that existed prior to the golden age of the local scene, that took place during the Eighties. Jointly published by the Musea and Poseidon labels, "The Empire Of Necromancers" was initially recorded "live" during the summer of 1975. This is a rock symphony in five parts, based on nice melodies and refined arrangements. The music could compete with most of the great bands of the time, with a special love for the early psychedelic Pink Floyd. One could also find organ parts not unlike Iron Butterfly, and classical influences inspired by Bach. Two bonus tracks are included, recorded between 1977 and 1978: these are synthesizers works by Takashi Kokubu, with the help from a second keyboard player and a guitarist. A nice, sophisticated music, and also a musical document about the early japanese Progressive rock scene."
  • LabelMusea
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