Thursday 18 October 2018

Galahad - Not All There (1994)

The third album from this British band.

The band was a quintet with a lineup of tambourine, guitars, keyboards, bass, flute, clarinet, saxophone, drums, percussion and vocals.

The band called themselves Galahad Acoustic Quintet on this album for some reason. Maybe because they were not as electric as usual.

Another reason is that they tried to sound a lot more folk music like on this album than on their usual neo-prog albums.

There is still a lot of pop and rock music here, though. Mainstream too. The end result is a pop/rock album with some folk rock influences.

The vocals and the instruments are all good. But the music is to say at least not challenging at all.

The music is decent enough. And that is all. There is no good songs here and nothing that reminds me about neo-prog or anything I know Galahad can do.

This is not really an album I rate highly.

2 points

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