Thursday, 28 March 2019

Galahad - Quiet Storms (2017)


The 11th album from this British band.

Galahad was a quintet on this album with a lineup of keyboards, bass, guitars, drums and vocals.
The band got help from four guest musicians who provided woodwinds, violin, keyboards and female vocals

Galahad was a part of the original neo-prog scene in the UK. They soon went their own way though and released some acoustic and electronica albums inbetween some neo-prog albums.

Galahad has gone back to their catalogue and rediscovered some old classics on this album. That means is should not have been reviewed in this blog who strictly only do studio albums.

But it took me some listening sessions to find out this and I am therefore reviewing this album.

The music on this seventy-five minutes long album is a mix of neo-prog, some symphonic prog and some rather eclectic stuff.

The quality is good throughout this album without really shining through. It is a good album but just that.

3 points




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