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Ajalon - On the threshold of eternity

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2012-01-08 Year: 2005
Label: Progrock Records
Genre: Prog-Rock/Art Rock
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Ajalon is a christian progrock band from Seattle, they were discovered by Rick Wakeman in 1994 and he signed them to his label Hope Records where their first album "Light at the end of the tunnel" was released in 1995. It took another ten years before this follow up "On the threshold of eternity" was recorded, the band includes Randy George on Guitars/Keyboards (Randy is also a member of Neal Morse´s band), Will Henderson on Bass/Vocals and Dan Lile on Drums. We can also find guest appearances from Rick Wakeman and Neal Morse on "On the threshold of eternity", we´re talking old school prog here in the same vein as Genesis, Yes and Camel. The song "What kind of love" could in fact have been an unreleased Yes song, its really good. I like the Bruce Hornsby prog of "Holy spirit fire" and the 16 minute long title track is epic but there are also a few anonymous tracks like "Forever I am", "The highway" and "Sword of Goliath" which makes it hard to go over 3 stars.

Tracklisting 1. Anthem Of The Seventh Day
2. The Promised Land
3. Sword Of Goliath
4. Holy Spirit Fire
5. Psalm 61
6. What Kind Of Love
7. The Highway
8. Forever I Am
9. On The Threshold Of Eternity


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