I mentioned this album before in a past post and I finally managed to get a great, complete, and lossless copy to listen to recently from another big-shot collector. Everyone wants to hear it, but not for thousands of dollars. It's good, but not great. Tom's remarks were a bit too harsh.
Have a listen to this first track which is the title track;
I'm sure you'll agree: no masterpiece of prog, but still not bad in the customary Euro-symphonic vein with female vocals, a la Renaissance, but not comparable. Track A3 Black Cat is simply godawful.
What about the best, i.e., most progressive track? I think this little instrumental about the lunatic asylum would be it:
The track called Inside on the other hand, is a little bit symphonic, a slight bit progressive, and a little bit mediocre too:
So you can get some idea whether you are going to remortgage your home for the privilege of owning this rarity.
Rhea track list:
A1 Sad Sorceress
A2 Going Through The Time to Live
A3 Black Cat
B1 Close to the night
B2 Lunatic Asylum
B4 The Demented Girl
The amazing track 2, by request:
Enjoy it brothers