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At The Woods

by AEP

70's style classic prog rock in acoustic, piano, guitar duo, prog rock band and radio edit band versions. Bluesy vocals with Pink Floydish guitars, lots of harmonies, dreamy vs. fierce feeling, and a description of Finnish countryside in summer.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. At The Woods (Band Version, Including Morning Loon And Rowing In A Thunderstorm)
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2. At The Woods (Acoustic Studio Live)
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2:32 $0.99
3. At The Woods (Duo Version)
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4:20 $0.99
4. At The Woods (Piano Punk Studio Live)
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2:39 $0.99
5. At The Woods (Band Version Radio Edit)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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I was told that this sounds like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Porcupine Tree, Yes and Kingston Wall. I would add King Crimson and Rolling Stones to the list. Originally, I wanted to do a prog rock song for my uncle, about his summer cottage. I decided to have a pastoral prog approach, made the acoustic live version, and things got out of control, slightly. So I ended up with five versions. I recommend the prog rock version, because it's the full length one, but all the others are equally good, I think. Duo version is a bit more bluesy than the others, and for the piano punk version I definitely wanted to have rough vocals, some sort of "dark vibes of summer" interpretation. Mainly, the lyrics just describe how things are at a rural summer cottage in Central Finland in summer. So does the music, too, therefore the "pastoral prog" definition.
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Arto Tuomola

Floydish Prog
At the Woods is AEP's strongest effort to date. You'll hear good David Gilmourish guitar on the Band version. Actually, 3 and a half stars would do justice to this release. The Duo version is also competitive, with great reverb and nice background vocals.