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Purson - The Circle & The Blue Door (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Vugore

    In that respect, the material in The Circle and the Blue Door shows itself as fairly diverse. That being said, what initially distinguishes Purson’s debut album, is the band’s great instrumental and song writing ability in fusing a discrete progressive rock aura to the aforementioned cultural inheritance and crafting songs of great replay.
  2. Kajikus

    The Circle and the Blue Door sonorous vocal style and dedication to deep musicality that takes this wonderful album far beyond the waters of pastiche. Only an original mind could come up with a line like “ex dwellers of Spiderwood Farm, though they live here, they .
  3. Kakora

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of The Circle & The Blue Door on Discogs/5(3).
  4. Nikolar

    Label: Rise Above Records - RISELP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock Purson - The Circle & The Blue Door (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(29).
  5. Kajigore

    Jun 19,  · Purson The Circle and the Blue Door (Metal Blade / Rise Above) With one look at the album’s cover, you might think that you’re in for some sort of dreamy séance. But you wouldn’t be too far off in that impression because The Circle and the Blue Door very much sounds like the sort of.
  6. Femi

    Purson also delivers a ton of diversity in this 12 song debut album. No two songs sound alike, and all of the songs are obviously written and developed with the utmost care and attention to detail! Lead vocalist and guitarist Rosalie Cunningham wrote or co-wrote all of the songs, and is unquestionably a .
  7. Mazurisar

    Purson's debut album titled The Circle and the Blue Door was released on 29 April to general and critical acclaim. The title was inspired by an ex-boyfriend who had a breakdown. The Circle and the Blue Door was something he talked about before he broke down.
  8. Kagakora

    The Circle and the Blue Door is an occult-tinged visit to a time when heavy metal, psychedelic rock, and prog hadn't quite diverged into three entirely distinct musical streams yet - an era where it made absolute sense for a label like Vertigo to have acts as diverse as Catapila, Affinity, and Black Sabbath on it and describe them all as "progressive rock".
  9. Kazikus

    Together for approximately two years, the doom metallers and occult thud-rock heads that make up most of their current fanbase are something of a red herring when considering The Circle & The Blue Door, the London quintet’s debut album. Purson might fraternise with battle-jacketed doom lifers – appearing at the Roadburn festival, last.

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