YEAH! | Reviewer: marlon | 11/7/12

this is a MASTERPIECE 10/10 song
since the start it show us how melodic geddy's voice can be
the whole song its musically delightful voice, guitar riffs, the powerful bass lines, neil drumming in (didacts and narpets)

No one at the bridge
love that part of the song,
it give me shivers down my spine every time i hear it in the night and when im really high lol

but my favorite part its : Bacchus Plateau
simply the best moment of The Fountain Of Lamneth
proggy,hard rocking, melodic and with great lyrics

this is my favorite album forever man!

Fountain Of Lamneth Review | Reviewer: Jacob | 6/15/09

This is one of Rush's epics albums to date.Released in 1975 this is one of Rush's best albums also.THe song is about a Child that grows up and becomes a sailor and his adventures.The lyrics are impeccable.The music is great.

5 out of 5 for this album and song,it is well worth buying.

Drinking from the Fountain | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/17/08

This is an epic poetic masterpiece by Neil Peart, and Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson accompany his wonderful narrative with extremely melodic and technically difficult music that very appropriately echo the lyrics. The lyrics and the music cohere beautifully to tell a touching story. Like all of Peart's lyrics, these have a wonderful message. We should all appreciate life as the wonderful journey it is, and just enjoy living while our time on Earth lasts. RUSH ROCKS!!! 8-)

5 out of 5 stars

Fountain of lamneth review | Reviewer: Anonymous | 1/8/08

well, this is rush's first SERIOUS effort to prog music.
However, the music feels like Six separate songs with the first song reprised on the end instead of a full prog work.
The only Prog feels is the lyrics which are connected in the terms of story.
However the music is simply BAD.

i give this 3 out of 5 stars