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3.55 | 15 ratings | 3 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Always Will Return (6:45)
2. Rivers Of Life (7:00)
3. Deep Sleep (12:47)
4. Overflowing (2:07)
5. Final Warning (4:50)
6. Peter's Song (3:19)
7. Timeless (2:07)
8. New Song (4:10)
9. Valley Of Vision (1:44)
10. Second Return (0:44)
11. Aliens (2:44)
12. Pilgrim's journey (25:17)

Total Time: 71:34

Line-up / Musicians

- Jeremy Morris / guitars (electric, 12-string, Classical, synth), e-bow, bass, grand piano, synths (Minimoog, ARP Omni, Yamaha DX7/CS5, Roland D70, EEnsoniq Mirage), drums, percussion, Fx

- Dave Dietrich / drums, percussion (1)

Releases information

Artwork: Detail from the painting "Housecalls" by T.E. Breitenbach

CD Kinesis ‎- KDCD 1015 (1995, US)

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JEREMY Pilgrim's Journey ratings distribution

(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(33%)
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Collectors/fans only (20%)
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Review by Greger
4 stars JEREMY comes from a musical family, and he began playing piano at age six. This instrumental concept album is JEREMY's first CD for Kinesis and his 15th album all in all. Everything on this album is played by Jeremy himself except for the drums on "Always Will Return", played by Dave Dietrich. His music is somewhere between New Age and '70's progressive and symphonic rock. The music is a mix between CAMEL, GENESIS, The MOODY BLUES, MIKE OLDFIELD, PINK FLOYD and TANGERINE DREAM. His guitar playing is reminiscent to David GILMOUR, Steve HACKETT, Anthony PHILLIPS and Joe SATRIANI. It is a very atmospheric album with lengthy guitar and synthesizer soundscapes with complex arrangements. The highlights on this CD is "Peter's Song" and the excellent epic title track "Pilgrim's Journey" that ends the album and clocks in at 25:17. The marvelous cover art is a detail from the painting "Housecalls" made by T.E. Breitenbach. If you're a fan of Steve HACKETT and Anthony PHILLIPS, this is a really good album for you to get.

Review by apps79
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3 stars The prolific trip of Jeremy Morris through the music world continues in 1994, when he released the album ''Faithful and true'', a so-called tribute to the sound of The Byrds, The Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel and other Psych/Pop idols of the 60's.He returns to his progressive influences the following year.Morris signs a deal with the US label Kinesis and releases the album ''Pilgrim's journey'', only helped by drummer Dave Dietrich.

Jeremy's sound developed into a dreamy and atmospheric Neo/Symphonic Prog in this album, where his true love for the works of STEVE HACKETT, ANTHONY PHILLIPS, MIKE OLDFIELD and the exceptional style of GENESIS come in evidence.An endless source of inspiration and creation, Jeremy displays here 74 minutes of all instrumental, melodious music with stronger symphonic tendencies compared to ''Dreams come true'', maybe close to the sound of CHANCE, TEMPUS FUGIT and THE FOUNDATION, containing lots of synthesizers and crying guitar solos, downtempo ethereal soundscapes and some lovely contrasts between acoustic and electric explorations.Links with the British Prog sound of the 80's are also more than evident, while the album obtains offer a tendency towards Electronic Music during the grandiose, synth-drenched movements.No matter the length of the track, the music is well-composed, very emotional, sometimes changing from dramatic themes with the guitar in the forefront to more romantic stylings with ambiental keyboards.Of course the most risky bet here is the closing 25-min. title-track, which comes close to the sound of KEN BAIRD, a great combination of sound effects, symphonic Electronic Music and atmospheric guitar textures in the vein of MIKE OLDFIELD and STEVE HACKETT.

Jeremy is a dedicated fan of Classic Prog and ''Pilgrym's journey'' is the strongest proof.Nice product of instrumental, very melodic and cinematic Progressive Rock with symphonic flourishes.Warmly recommended.

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4 stars The best Jeremy album so far. After having endured some pretty abysmal Jeremy albums during the last 12 months, my expectations were at sub zero level. Therefore, this album came as such a delight. Jeremy has thrown everything at this album. Long electric guitar solos most guitarists would h ... (read more)

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