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Composer and musician Lee ABRAHAM was born in the midst of the golden age of progressive rock, but while musically interested and active in a number of locals bands early on he didn't get to take an interest in this genre until the late 1990's. At that point he had his first encounters with acts such as Dream Theater and Spock's Beard, after which he became one of many musicians fascinated with the style and this approach to the art of making music.

2004 saw him make his debut as a solo artist with Pictures in the Hall, a true to life self made album. This was followed by View From the Bridge in 2005, this time around with Karl Groom and Martin Orford making guest appearances. Just about then Abraham's solo career went into a brief hiatus, as he joined Galahad for what became a three year long stint, but in 2009 he returned with his third and most recent production to date: Black & White.

Besides issuing solo albums and his tenure with Galahad, Abrahams is a member of progressive rock cover band The Indigo Pilots, and he's also got a side project for material of a more pop oriented nature, Idle Noise, with a self-titled album from 2008 as the sole release so far.

The latest news from Lee Abraham as far as issuing material goes took place in 2010, when he re-recorded his 2004 composition Pictures in the Hall and made the new version available as a free download.

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The Seasons TurnThe Seasons Turn
Festival Music
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Distant DaysDistant Days
Imports 2014
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View From The BridgeView From The Bridge
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3.57 | 7 ratings
Pictures in the Hall
3.90 | 21 ratings
View From the Bridge
3.87 | 44 ratings
Black and White
3.89 | 74 ratings
Distant Days
4.03 | 64 ratings
The Seasons Turn

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 Distant Days by ABRAHAM, LEE album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.89 | 74 ratings

Distant Days
Lee Abraham Crossover Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars Although Lee first came to prominence with the release of his second solo album 'View From The Bridge' in 2004, he is probably best known by many as being bassist with Galahad between 2005 and 2009, playing on 'Empires Never Last' and the live 'Resonance' DVD as well as numerous gigs. He released 'Idle Noise' with Steve Kingman in 2008, then followed that with 'Black and White' in 2009, since when he has been performing live as well as working with other artists. But after a gap of five years he is now back with his fourth solo release, 'Distant Days'. On this he is joined by Gerald Mulligan (Credo) on drums, and other members of his core live band Chris Harrison on guitars, Alistair Begg on bass/Chapman Stick and Rob Arnold on keyboards. Jon Barry and Simon Nixon added their guitar talents and Lee was delighted to welcome Robin Armstrong (Cosmograf) on acoustic guitar and Dave Phillips on backing vocals while he also had numerous other guests including Karl Groom (Threshold/Shadowland), Dec Burke (Darwin's Radio/Frost*/Brave New Sky/Solo), Marc Atkinson (Riversea/Nine Stones Close/Mandalaband/Solo), John Young (The John Young Band/Lifesigns) and Steve Thorne (Solo)

This is one of those albums where the writer wants the listener to really pay attention to the lyrics, which here deal with topics such as childhood, the oppression of Government authority and the cause of the recent global recession. As Lee says, "Some of the lyrics may sound heavy going, but I wanted to cover subjects that everyone could relate to, especially here in the UK. Recently, we have had a lot of scrutiny of our Government's behaviour and how it goes about governing us. I also take a look at the financial institutions that are also largely to blame for the recession we're just trying to sort out. But rest assured, there's happy stuff in there too!"

It kicks off with a mighty bang with the commercial prog metal of "Closing The Door", which mixes tempos and moods with plenty of strong guitars and swirling keyboards. In many ways this is a great opener as not only does it set a mood and a level of expectation, it also showcases many of Lee's ideas as although it is prog metal, there are times when it is strongly neo, while there is also room for a much more reflective element even though that can be tempered by a kick ass guitar solo. The use of different singers works well, and isn't the distraction that it can sometimes be, just because they all fit in so strongly together and there is always very much a band feel and direction as opposed to a 'just' a project.

One band that I kept being reminded of at different times when playing this was Asia, as not only are the harmonies spot on but there are loads of great hooks and the production is second to none. This just doesn't feel like an underground release on the artist's own label, but rather something that has had some serious money and time put into it. Closing number "Tomorrow Will Be Yesterday" is one of the two epics, and is the longest at fifteen minutes, starting with some beautifully reflective and delicate piano, but it soon becomes something that is far more bombastic and with real presence, although the piano is never too far away.

Overall this is a real delight, and I only hope that it isn't five years until the next one. For more details visit

 Black and White by ABRAHAM, LEE album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.87 | 44 ratings

Black and White
Lee Abraham Crossover Prog

Review by progrules
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Former Galahad bass player Lee Abraham is already in business solo for quite some time now but with his latest he has managed to produce something special. Not aware of his earlier material I'm contemplating to explore that as well...

Starting with the intro track Speaking of Which Lee put us on the wrong foot one might say. Sounding symphonic and rather tame it suddenly turns really rough with first real song Face the Crowd. This proves we could put mr.Abaraham in the heavy prog subgenre just as well. On the other hand the music sounds pretty accessible which warrants the crossover choice very much in fact. After several minutes the song calms down and the acoustic guitar shows us we're dealing with more than one style for sure, even within one song. After a few seconds the song explodes again to return in the original fashion. Next up is The Mirror, by far my favorite track and one that has managed to climb up my personal all time stand outs. So that indicates Abraham is obviously pretty much my cup of tea. And it's remarkable this third track is the clear winner knowing I'm an epic devotee and the last two tracks are two very long songs and also very good epics which means The Mirror has to be truly outstanding to beat those two. And so it is. It's a very good composition and has a great build up saving the best for last with a blistering guitar solo blowing my mind completely. I hope he will make more of these in the future.

The accompaning band of Lee Abraham features prog heroes like Gary Chandler (Jadis), John Mitchell (Arena, Frost* a.o.) Steve Thorne and Sean Filkins (Big Big Train a.o.) and fourth track Celebtrity Status is well lifted by Gary thanks to his great singing skills. The mentioned two epics finish the album off in superb style simply bringing me to one possible conclusion: Black and White is a great album, truly excellent in my book without doubt. The only slight warning I can think of is towards those who can only embrace the real progressive artists and albums. Lee Abraham is only semi-prog and therefore rightly placed in the crossover genre. This album is a mix of neo prog and heavy prog mostly and thus recommended to fans of those subgenres. Four stars is my verdict.

Thanks to windhawk for the artist addition.

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