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Mystery - Tales From The Netherlands (2014)

23-11-2014, 19:03

Mystery - Tales From The Netherlands (2014)

Artist: Mystery
Title Of Album: Tales From The Netherlands
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Unicorn Digital
Genre: Progressive Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 107:43 min
Total Size: 246 MB
WebSite: amazon



1. Unveil the Mystery
2. As I Am
3. Dear Someone
4. Sailing on a Wing
5. Wolf
6. Another Day


1. Pride
2. Through Different Eyes
3. Time Goes By
4. Travel to the Night
5. The Preacher's Fall
6. Between Love and Hate

A project of French Canadian guitarist/lyricist/producer Michel St-Père, MYSTERY took form in 1986 as a six-member outfit. They released a self-titled album in 1992 that generated quite some interest across Canada. Unfortunately, a year later, their drummer Stéphane Perreault lost the use of both his legs; but his strong determination and passion for his craft inspired him with a new and unique approach to drumming: he became one of the first drummers to play from a wheelchair without the help of any pre-programmed sequences. In 1995, St-Père founded label Unicorn Records under which the band released a second album titled "Theater of the Mind" and which boasted airplay both in North America and Europe. In 1998, they released their last and most progressive album todate titled "Destiny?", which features six guest musicians. In 2000, a compilation CD was released that marked the end of a chapter in the band's history, as it also features their vocalist and long-time buddy Gary Savoie who has now left the band.
Over the years, MYSTERY's style has evolved from AOR (STYX, ASIA) to more adventurous art rock like that of RUSH and SAGA, but featuring delicate acoustic passages not normally heard from these two. Their music is based on St-Père's guitar play, which is well executed yet appropriately restrained, while the keyboards remain in the background. MYSTERY won't dazzle you with technical prowess but you will appreciate their strong melodies, outstanding vocals (Gary Savoie is often compared to JOURNEY's Steve Perry), elegant arrangements and attention to detail.

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