Moonlight Lady - Robert Burke, Sci Five Band - Moonlight Lady (Vinyl) download full album zip cd mp3 vinyl flac
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Guitar joins in the fray. This is a good kick ass song. A dreamy intro before vocals and drums come in. It's still laid back though. That changes before 2 minutes. Back to the dream-like atmosphere later. Background synths too. Great sounding track. It's mellow with reserved vocals. Fat bass arrives as synths wash in. The guitar is great as it picks up. Powerful vocals follow then it settles again.
I like it a lot. A beautiful intro before the heaviness arrives with vocals. Atmosphere before 2 minutes. Then it kicks back in as contrasts continue. It kicks in before a minute. It's heavy again a minute later. Nice bass throughout and man can she sing.
Love this track, it brings back Sci Five Band - Moonlight Lady (Vinyl) memories. It gets Sci Five Band - Moonlight Lady (Vinyl). She sounds different here. This is like an Alternative track from the nineties. A very solid 4 stars. Not as metalic as the debut but just as heavy and more atmosphere. This is catchy with vocals and synths as the drums pound. Some power late to end it. It's okay. Fragile vocals with keys to start. It kicks into a fuller sound quickly. Heavy after a minute. Great sound 3 minutes in.
The guitar is metallic. A full sound then vocals join in. It settles then kicks back in as contrasts continue.
Man she can sing. It settles before a minute with vocals. Dreamy stuff right here. The bass is huge. I like the guitar 3 minutes in when the vocals stop. Chunky bass before 3 minutes then it settles.
Great sound when it kicks back in a minute later. Reserved vocals join in. A cool sounding track. A top three. Strong vocals and a powerful sound kick in as contrasts continue. I like when the drums come in. Vocals follow. Acoustic guitar and atmosphere to open as vocals and drums join in. The vocals are outstanding here. Nice bass lines too. My cd has an untitled bonus track with a catchy beat and vocals. So a good followup to their debut but this just doesn't have the same dynamics.
It settles but the riffs kick in quickly followed by vocals. Themes are repeated. Not one of my favs but they have let us know they are here. This sounds great! This is mid-paced and heavy as she sings over top. This is laid back with a full layered sound, and the vocals sound so good. Nice chunky bass before 2 minutes then it turns heavier. We're rocking now! It kicks in around 2 minutes, Moonlight Lady - Robert Burke. This is better. It's laid Sci Five Band - Moonlight Lady (Vinyl) with reserved vocals then it kicks in before a minute.
Love this track. Acoustic guitar too. Here we go after a minute! The guitar is fantastic before 2 minutes. Almost spoken vocals and drums join in. This is my least favourite tune. The tempo and mood change often. Drums follow. This is good. It kicks in hard after a minute. It opens with bass as those beautiful vocals join in. It turns intense around 2 minutes as the heaviness comes crushing in. Theatrical vocals too. Killer stuff.
It turns dark. Heaviness comes in. Tempo picks up. Chunky bass and check out the vocals! This is intense. On this release, they have produced a dark and eerie album heavily tinged with Moonlight Lady - Robert Burke moods, subtle dramatics and weird sounds in the back of the soundscapes - creating at times ghoulishly creepy moods in the songs. Yet with stunningly beautiful themes created as well, first and foremost due to the vocals of Maja Konerska, whose distinct vocal delivery for some may be a love or loathe aspect of this production.
With a distinct eclectic streak as a thematic red thread throughout, where the band incorporates and use elements from electronica, jazz, folk and metal to blend in with their mainstream-tinged yet subtle and sophisticated art rock foundation, this is a high class effort from start to finish. To quote Vitaly Menshikov, who runs the ProgressoR website: "Anyone on a good footing with good music regardless of its stylistic or structural peculiarities should love it.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights reserved. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. Numerous line-up changes followed for this new band, and when a stable line-up eventually settled the name had been altered as well, and when Maja Konarska vocalKasia Michalewicz vocalsAndrzej Kutys guitarsArek Wlazlo guitarsDaniel Potasz keyboardsSzymon Goebel bass and Tomasz Kopczynski drums hit the studio to record their first demo init was under the moniker Moonlight. And while the band had settled for a musical expression at this point, Gothic Metal, the band as such failed to evolve and didn't manage to draw much attention to themselves either.
A new series of line-up changes followed, and in a new line-up had settled. A new demo, Cisza Przed Burz was issued, the band attended and won a rock band contest, and were subsequently signed by Polish label Metal Mind Productions. In the fall of their debut album Kalpa Taru was issued, as well as a 5 track EP. Following support tours for the likes of Pendragon and King Diamond, as well as performing at a progressive rock based and a metal-dominated festival, Moonlight's career started gaining momentum.
The rock press in particular started taking notice of the band, who was nominated in a fair number of the traditional end of the year polls in Still, even with some tangible success coming the band's line-up failed to stabilize, and in Wieczorek had to pull out of the band due to health issues.
New man in was Maciek Kazmierski drumsand this slightly revamped version of the band recorded and released their sophomore effort Meren Re in The band's label Metal Mind Productions didn't quite know how to deal with this dark, mysterious release though, and when promotional opportunities failed to arrive - first and foremost a lack of live concert opportunities, Moonlight felt they had to end their relationship with Metal Mind.
When the legal hassles were over and done with, they signed with Morbid Noizz Productions. And in they released the third full length effort by Moonlight, Inermis. The album got a positive vibe much prior to release, and many positive reviews in the press created a lot of interest in the band.
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