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In Stride

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Hop-to-it
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As She Sleeps
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Nacao
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Summer's End
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On The Rise
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Glacial Blue
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Aeolus
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Song For A Friend
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Petroglyph
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The Cat Piano
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In Stride
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 55:55

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oldwarrior

I've been listening to Oregon since the 1970's. I've always love their music. "In Stride" is more good music. I do miss Collin Walcot, but others have contributed well, including this effort. I look forward to more.

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Better and Better

bigfun

Ralph Towner and Oregon get better and better. There sound has evolved over their last 3 cds with Ralph playing a new guitar synthesizer that adds subtle padding to his classical sound and with the percusssionist playing a full drum kit.

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digaman is right

frankiepop

This Oregon recording is not too bright and a step backwards.

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Lovely as Usual, but Treading Water

digaman

As a very longtime Oregon fan -- going on 25 years now -- I wish I could say that I love this album, that it breaks new ground, and that the guys are in better shape than ever. But I don't, and it doesn't, and while the guys are in great playing form, there's something distressingly inert about their last... well, many releases by now. Not sure what it is. All the ensemble empathy is here, and Towner still writes pretty melodies. But more and more, that's *all* they are. There's nothing challenging here, nothing particularly fresh, nothing that skirts the edge of danger or profound sadness (like "Nightfall" on Towner's "Open Letter.") There's just... a bunch of brilliant musicians doing their thing, which hasn't evolved much lately. I hate to sound like a grouch, but there it is. This album is nice, but little more.