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Lee Abraham


Crossover Prog

4.00 | 40 ratings

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4 stars LEE ABRAHAM is the thinking heart of a big group that is GALAHAD; LEE ABRAHAM had disappointed me a little, yes I can say it, with his penultimate album too consensual, good but lacking that something that makes you travel, which makes you leave quickly and high in the progressive spheres.

Here this something is present from the title immense drawer of 30 minutes: we have everything, everything you need to travel for free and intensively; this title is in the pure neo-progressive tradition with slightly seventies atmospheres at one point, downright eighties atmospheres thereafter and purely 21st century atmospheres for the rest; breaks, a set of keyboards and guitars to melt, the voices of Marc Atkinson and Peter Jones to make the sound good in the neo vein, crossover and progressive period. The good side of this album is also that the other titles are not vulgar songs going everywhere, there is intensity, emotion, breaks and a very current sound; as for 'The Hands of Time' and its 8 minutes, a beautiful musical space to make you want to dive right back into the replay key. So yes from time to time, a quick chronicle to make you want to dive into it is not bad.

alainPP | 4/5 |


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