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2.83 | 11 ratings | 3 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Take a Look at Yourself (5:37)
2. Choices (6:00)
3. West World: Object of Desire (7:24)
4. Trappings: Ocean of Light / Cosmic Waltz (8:29)
5. The Power (4:27)
6. Time Travelers (3:36)
7. No Where to Run (5:45)

Total Time: 41:18

Line-up / Musicians

- Rick Chaffin / guitars
- Frank Hartis / lead vocals
- Dale Black / bass, bass synth, vocals
- Mitch Hensdale / keyboards, acoustic guitars, drums and percussiomn, vocals

- Kevin Best / saxophone
- Kristen Hensdale, Karen Steelman, Tammy Craven, Jennifer Lingle / backing vocals

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Self produced

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LEGACY Where We Go... ratings distribution

(11 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(9%)
Good, but non-essential (55%)
Collectors/fans only (18%)
Poor. Only for completionists (9%)

LEGACY Where We Go... reviews

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Review by erik neuteboom
3 stars This is the debut CD by an USA four piece band. I needed a few listening sessions to get used to the singer and to get into the music, sometimes a bit too polished for me. But the keyboard work is wonderful and the compositions sound varied and melodic, this albums is a very pleasant musical experience: keyboards in the vein of Keith Emerson, alternating guitarwork (from fiery to sensitive) and a final part with saxophone in Take A Look At Yourself, some fine musical ideas and beautiful keyboard variation in West World: Object of Desire, sensitive guitar and Rick Wakeman-like keyboard pyrotechnics in The Power and again varied keyboards in Time Travellers (from piano to orchestral) and No Where To Run (sparkling piano and a break with sensational keyboards). Count how many times I used the word 'keyboards' and you can conclude that the keyboard aficionados will be pleased with this debut album by new band Legacy.

Review by b_olariu
3 stars This band from USA did a good job here. A good album but no more than that. With some nice keyboards arangements and guitar as well this album sounds like Gensis golden era. The singer is clearly influenced by Gabriel and even Collins, the instrumental parts are well played, the compositions sound varied and melodic but sometimes are to mellow. Anyway a good symphonic album. 3 stars for this one good but non essential. The best piece is for me Choices.

Latest members reviews

2 stars I bought this cd on a clearence sale on internet because I like to discover new prog bands .Well this one is no very good .First of all I hate the voice of the lead singer and dont like the sound of the keyboards (the new ones).I think that the only good track is the instrumental one (time trave ... (read more)

Report this review (#36927) | Posted by pots | Saturday, June 18, 2005 | Review Permanlink

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