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In the Woods... : Three Times Seven on a Pilgrimage

As is often the case in this type of situations, an even better follow-up to what is in my mind one of the best albums ever, 'Strange In Stereo', was almost impossible. However, one may not consider 'Three Times Seven...' a regular album, as it consists of three seven inch singles (which explains the album title), plus a few previously unreleased tracks.

The singles include covers from performers such as King Crimson, Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd and Syd Barret, all done in the familiar In the Woods... manner. Traditionally, In the Woods... use superb male and female vocalists, while the rest of the band make gently and smoothly a web around the listener.

True highlights of the CD are 'Karmakosmik' and the cover of Jefferson Airplane's 'White Rabbit', which culminates with superb female vocals. Although not a regular album, 'Three Times Seven...' makes a good listen and offers nine strong tracks. It just makes you wish the band didn't call it quits as they did. 'Three Times Seven on a Pilgrimage' is a must for fans of the band's previous two offerings.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated


Tracklist :
1. Seed of sound
2. Karmakosmik
3. Epitaph
4. Empty room
5. Let there be more light
6. Child of universal tongue
7. Soundtrax for Cycoz
8. White rabbit
9. Mourning the death of Aase
10. If it's in you

Duration : Approx. 65 minutes

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Reviewed on ??-??-???? by Bojan Janjanin
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