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The Twenty Committee


Crossover Prog

3.83 | 53 ratings

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5 stars THE TWENTY COMMITTEE consists of Geoffrey Langley (l/v & keyboards), Justin Carlton (guitar, b/v), Steve Kostas (lead guitar), Richmond Carlton (bass & harp), Joe Henderson (drums, b/v). Together they have recorded a superb debut album that draws on the roots of classic progressive rock to interpret it in a modern setting. Overall, the music can be described as a blend of Steely Dan and ELP, Gentle Giant and Echolyn (at most reflective moments). There is cohesion throughout 'A Lifeblood Psalm' which flows smoothly from one track to the next. Elusive ingredients maintain a seductive atmosphere. All songs tend to build in character rather than just resorting to a lot of technical gymnastics. This album is intended to be instantly melodic and rewarding treat upon repeated listening. Of course, important point is the pleasant voice of Geoffrey Langley. His distinctive timbre can remind me about Freddie Mercury... Such quality needs to be shared with a wider audience. Now I hope, this wonderful release will receive load of favorable approvals.
PH | 5/5 |


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