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Everybody's favourite underground U.S. progressive rock ensemble wasn't around long enough to leave behind an extensive recorded legacy, so every addition to it should be welcomed like a long-lost friend. Unearthed and released 25 years after the fact, DEATH'S CROWN consists primarily of a long suite that Happy The Man composed and performed as part of a multi-media event early in its career.Many of the quirky jazz-rock touches that marked the band's later work are absent in this embryonic state, but the music is no less accomplished. Centring more around a classic mid-'70s symphonic prog-rock sound, the title piece is full of shifting textures and tempos, moving skilfully and poignantly through numerous modes and feels. This moody, melodic gem is augmented by two other previously unreleased cuts, "New York Dreams Suite" and "Merlin of the High Places", each of which helps to further cement the reputation of Happy The Man as one of the finest, most forward-looking American prog units ever.
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