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Guranfoe / Sum of Erda
Album:Sum of Erda Collection:General
Artist:Guranfoe Added:03/2020
Label:Apollon Records 

Album Review
DeVoss
Reviewed 2020-03-25 
– General Description: Remember the band YES? So if they went purely instrumental, this is the feel you’d have except with a slightly more playful streak:

‘In a space between rock form and jazz freedom, evoking the pastoral psychedelia of Anthem of the Sun-era Grateful Dead, while simultaneously conjuring the tricky time signatures of Gentle Giant.’

Guranfoe is a Norwich (England) band that has been described as producing modern sounding jazz fusion while referencing classic prog rock. This is their debut studio album and they are an absolute delight.

– Musicians:

GURANFOE
James Burns - electric guitars, acoustic guitars
Ollie Snell - electric guitars, acoustic guitars, lap steel guitar
Robin G. Breeze - bass guitar, piano, Hammond T-202 organ, Gem Sprinter 49 B synthesizer
Joe Burns - drums, percussion, piano, Gem Sprinter 49 B synthesizer

ADDITIONAL MUSICIANS
Rob Milne - flute, clarinet
David Boyce - recorder
Calum McKemmie - violin
Dan Ball - vibraphone

– FCC Compliant: YES
– Recommended Tracks: ALL
– Track Reviews:
1. ***(7:51) Eventide - mostly pleasantly raucous
2. ***(9:04) Night’s First Light - just really fun
3. (7:04) Karu Vatsarin - it flows it flows
4. (2:59) Etsinta Visions - sweet
5. ***(9:38) Etsinta Harvest in the Thar Sands - has it all, almost a suite

Track Listing
1.Eventide 3.Karu Vatsarin
2.Night’s First Light 4.Etsinta Visions
 5.Etsinta Harvest in the Thar Sands