The Progressive & Experimental Exquisite Corpse

The Progressive & Experimental Exquisite Corpse

Mt.Mélodie's picture

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Part 1: sph
Part 2: plainwhitetoast
Part 3: Dragondreams
Part 4: lowhum
Part 5: Mt.Mélodie



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lowhum's picture

groovy irregular start, like the romantic pentatoneness after, the classic prog dragon rocky show and the great melodic finale reminding of well everything that one needs to feel nostalgically epic about. I may say this is so far my favourite corpse, greetings to all participants and happy resultful bright future endeavours!

Mt.Mélodie's picture

As always I find the corpses I take part in to be amongst the most rewarding and fun songs. Like all the other parts, especially Dragondreams prog bonanza.

sph's picture

Big "Thank You" to everyone involved and especially to @Mt.Mélodie for stitching and @marvsmooth for organizing. This musical version of the chinese whispers game is so much fun because of the excitement of how my piece of the puzzle fits into the whole picture. I like this big picture!

billwhite51's picture

all the parts are compelling and fit together nicely, there could be a less abrupt transition between parts 3 and 4.

plainwhitetoast's picture

Oh wow, I had forgotten about this. I really like that beginning. and oh, yeah, nice. nice. nice. It all sounds good. Interesting.
I could have probably been more experimental than just using an e-bow (I had never used one before, may never again).
An exquisite addition to my growing collection of corpses!

Dragondreams's picture

Damn fine job all round, chaps! My first corpse for a few years, and one I'm proud to have been a part of. Thank you all. Smile

This is epically progressive, experimental and surreal truly exquisite!

Fuzzy's picture

HOW DID I MISS PARTICIPATING IN THIS?!?!?
Gosh, really great work, everybody.
This sounds good in my headphones.
The tracks flow together nicely; great transitions and mix of styles.
A showcase for various progressive styles.
So nice!!

headfirstonly's picture

Whoa! I'm hearing echoes of King Crimson, Japan, Trevor Rabin-era yes, Jethro Tull, and Genesis in this...
Prog on, folks, this is an awesome piece of work - probably the best exquisite corpse I've ever heard here.
Downloaded this, going to listen to it on the big system Smile