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Time biography
TIME was a British band formed by Tristan and Gary MARGETTS of SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION following that band?s dissolution, and joined by vocalist Alex JOHNSON and drummer Joe DOLLY. They released a single, self-titled album in 1975.

Their music is characterized by symphonic flourishes interspersed with angular guitar riffs, rapidly shifting tempos and extended instrumental passages in which to showcase their virtuosity. TIME will likely appeal to fans of the heavier side of YES and STYX.

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Time Eclectic Prog

Review by maryes

4 stars Another obscure lost pearl of progressive rock !!! TIME "Same" (1975) is a good example from 70's bands which was "eclipsed" by the masters of "mainstream" prog rock "scenery" at that time, and maybe, due to this fact, (lamentably) they release only one album. The music in the disk is clearly an ecletic prog , in the track 1 "Shady Lady" interpolate heavy guitar solos ( in reverse execution and full of reverb) with "broken" rhythm section. The track 2 "Turn Around" overture with vibraphones and acoustic guitar duet bring a GENTLE GIANT'S "flavoring"and the synthesizer solo ( although wasn't no mention in the line-up ) with a Squire's bass accompaniment allows the audience a choose between E L & Palmer or YES remenberance.. The third track "Viollence" starts with another GG "filigree". The track 5 "Dragonfly" have much of YES's style ( like in 'Hearth of The Sunrise). The last track "Steal Away" reveal some King Crimsom's moments... In short, this album deserves more attention by prog fans !!! My rate is 4 stars !!!!
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