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    Posted: December 10 2016 at 05:12
I would like to suggest ESP (UK) for symphonic or eclectic.
Esp is a project by Tony Lowe (composer, producer) and Mark Brzezicki (drums).

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ESP.InvisibleDin
Here a self-description from Tony Lowe from his website
http://tonylowe.com/reflector/ :ESP-Invisible Din
Tony Lowe and Mark Brzezicki’s ESP - ‘Invisible Din is a collaboration with musicians from King Crimson, Van der Graaf Generator, Procol Harum, GTR, Landmarq, Lifesigns and more. Released on11th November 2016, Lowe and Brzezicki’s ESP Invisible Din can be compared to Genesis, King Crimson, Yes, Roger Waters, The Alan Parson’s Project, Brand X. Invisible Din is Written and Produced by Tony Lowe who recently co-produced the ‘Starless Starlight‘ album by David Cross & Robert Fripp.

Country:  UK
Genre(s): Progressive Rock
Label: Sunn Creative
Format: CD, digital
Release date: November 11, 2016
Tracklist
1. Overture
    a. Overview     
    b. Fall Back To Life
2. Through The Dream
    a. Soaring The Vapor
3. Uninvited Guest
    a. Carried Away
4. Song from a Waking Dream
5. Where Is My Home
    a. Right Angled
6. Searching the Banks for a Memory
    a. Cloud Distortion
    b. Caught in the Streaming
7. Waiting For The Rush
8. Riding The Thermal
9. On Quiet Days
    a. Over the Edge
    b. No Return 
10. Invisible Din
11. Almost Seen
    a. The Light Below
    b. Falling Through

Line-up
Tony Lowe (Bram Stoker): Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (1,6,7,9), Bass (1a,2a,5,6,9,11b)
Mark Brzezicki  (Fish, Procol Harum): Drums, Vocals (2,3)
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David Cross (King Crimson): Violin (10,11)
David Jackson (Van der Graaf Generator): Saxophones/Flutes (1,2,3,6,9)
Phil Spalding (Steve Hackett, Mike Oldfield): Bass (1c,10,11)
Steve Gee (Landmarq): Bass (2b, 3,7,8)
John Beagley: Vocals (1,5,6,9,11)
John Young (Lifesigns): Keyboards (8)
Alison Fleming: Backing Vocals as Voice Of The Ghost (2-11)
Yumi Hara: Harp (6)
Pat Orchard: Acoustic Guitar (11)


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 10 2016 at 11:59
From the samples I listened to on iTunes, this seems to be a great piece of work! Thanks for the suggestion. Thumbs Up

I think I'll swing it by symphonic first and see what they think. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 02 2017 at 09:23
I know bumping topics isn't something that always meets with approval on here these days... but guys - it's been nearly three months - and this band needs to be included in the database for sure. Steve (lazland) added them to progfreak at around the same time as this suggestion was posted: http://progfreak.com/Lowe-Brzezicki-s-ESP-167756.html, but so far there is no PA tab, so it doesn't look as though it went anywhere beyond Symphonic or Eclectic.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March 02 2017 at 14:15
Originally posted by yam yam yam yam wrote:

I know bumping topics isn't something that always meets with approval on here these days... but guys - it's been nearly three months - and this band needs to be included in the database for sure. Steve (lazland) added them to progfreak at around the same time as this suggestion was posted: http://progfreak.com/Lowe-Brzezicki-s-ESP-167756.html, but so far there is no PA tab, so it doesn't look as though it went anywhere beyond Symphonic or Eclectic.

I definitely agree that ESP is a shoo-in for the site from what I've heard, but it doesn't help with the genre classification that there are no free samples available of the entire album. 
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Currently being evaluated in Crossover

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Cleared by Crossover - just needs adding to PA now Smile

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