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Yesterdays

Yesterdays

Yesterdays


Yesterdays is a progressive rock band based in Cluj Napoca (Romania/Transylvania) with session percussionist Kósa Dávid (Hungary). They live in Romania as romanians but they are ethnically Hungarians. Formed in 1998 the band plays progressive rock, a mixture of the wonderful vintage sound of the seventies and the modern sound of the progressive rock. After many changes in the member line-up the band has seven members in the present. The founder of the band Read more on Last.fm
Yesterdays is a progressive rock band based in Cluj Napoca (Romania/Transylvania) with session percussionist Kósa Dávid (Hungary). They live in Romania as romanians but they are ethnically Hungarians. Formed in 1998 the band plays progressive rock, a mixture of the wonderful vintage sound of the seventies and the modern sound of the progressive rock. After many changes in the member line-up the band has seven members in the present. The founder of the band, Bogáti-Bokor Ákos was also guitarist of the late You and I (the well known hungarian symphonic prog band, until its disbanding). In december of 2005 three members of Yesterdays played in You and I's last show: Kozma Kis Emese (flute) and Kósa Dávid (percussion). Yesterdays members playing with You and I (Budapest 20th December 2005) After You and I's disbanding, Ákos started the recording process of the first Yesterdays album "Holdfénykert" (which means Moonlit Garden).

This symphonic prog concept album is about an impossible love. This is an "inner garden" of thoughts, feelings... You can find strong acoustic guitar work, heavy and virtuoso keyboard parts (on Hammond, Moog), and mellow sounds of a mellotron! Stucz Timea (lead singer) has a pure and colourful voice, she is often compared with Annie Haslam of Renaissance. If you love the vocal harmonies in Yes (Ákos's biggest infuence), the vintage sounds and the symphonic progrock, you are invited to listen to Yesterdays. Yesterdays live, presenting their first album "Holdfénykert" (Cluj Napoca (RO) 22th October 2006) The basic aim of the band is to create and play an interesting fusion of traditional Hungarian music (rarely folky) and progressive rock and to use the beloved vintage instruments of the seventies, like Mellotron, MiniMoog and Hammond organ.

Be it acoustic or electric, the music of Yesterdays goes beyond simply imitating its progressive roots, it is very "yesterdaysistic"... The band: Csergő Domokos, Kósa Dávid, Enyedi Zsolt, Kolumbán Zoltán, Bogáti-Bokor Ákos, Stucz Timea and Kozma Kis Emese Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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