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NEW ALBUM DUE FEBRUARY 2015
"OUTLAW OF OUR TIME"
1.Fibre Optic 2.Souless Night Driver 3.Ricochet 4.Outstreched Hands to the World 5.Mediation 6.How Can One 7.Slow Motion 8.Siren Of The Sea 9.Blind Faith 10.Gate To the west 11.Transatlantic Ghosts
Geof Whitely Project – Just A Flash In The Pan
Following on from the excellent ‘Pathfinder’, ‘Just A Flash In The Pan’, once again moves the sound of Geof Whitely Project forward. The powerful opening of ‘Exhibition of Life’, shows how the sound is developing, but it soon settles back into melodic, flowing music that GWP are the central core, (at least to this reviewer), of the GWP sound
As with Pathfinder, the album feels ‘complete’ a real package, storytelling lyrics, check out ‘Ninja 9’, the dark but beautiful instrumental ‘Aftermath’.
Each track has its own tale to tell and has its own ‘place’ on the album. Stand out track for me amongst a delightful set of gems is probably ‘At The Crossroads’ with lyrics that I’m sure a lot of us can relate to, gentle melody with wonderful ‘breaks’, it just ‘grabs’ you and asks you to listen.
Once again an album of contrasts which blend together to give a wonderful soundscape of music, something for everybody, excellent listening, more please.
Paul Baker - Sounscapes
Geof Whitley Project – Pathfinder
Pathfinder is probably the most ‘complete’ album by the Geof Whitely Project thus far! A palate of musical textures and soundscapes blended but never conflicting. Musical twists and turns throughout the album but the title track and the ‘haunting’ Conscience, probably my favourite GWP track, are simply marvellous, with splendid texture and depth. There are ‘darker’ moments amongst the ‘light’, ‘The Real Me’ does get potentially personal!
Subtle guitars, majestic when required by the song, blended with intricate and by turn powerful keyboard sounds, engaging lyrics, foot tapping moments a plenty, (if you don’t start humming along to ‘Never Ending Story’ there is no hope!).
In short, a varied but consistently good set of songs, blended together in to an intriguing and engaging listen, more please GWP.
Paul Baker - Soundscapes
Geof Whitley Project – Hand 2 Eye Co Ordination
Hand 2 Eye Co Ordination is an ambitious album from Geof Whitely Project, each song has its own merits, the downside is that this album is a mosaic of musical ideas and textures that maybe do not always blend easily into the complete picture.
However, don’t let this reviewer put you off, each song does work within its own space. The dark, somewhat sinister opening of ‘The Cube’, the gentle melody of ‘Bleeding Hearts’, driving piano of ‘Be Seen But Not Heard’, (reminiscent of Billy Joel maybe?), the lyrics here help to build a picture, a strength of all the songs assembled here.
The instrumental ‘H2O’ hints at another possible avenue that GWP are more than capable of exploring, a jaunty happy piece that somehow conjures up images of dripping water! (Well at least for me!). ‘Running on Empty’ has a reflective feel and the lyrics could apply to just about anybody!
In short, Hand 2 Eye Co Ordination is worth exploring, a collection of well written songs with plenty to enjoy for any rock or progressive rock fan, more please GWP!
The album is very 'consistent', good sounds, solid all round feel to the songs. Difficult to put into words, but it just feels 'right'. Powerful yet not metal, inspiring but pretty 'laid back'... All the bits fit musically...more please GWP!
Paul Baker - Soundscapes
THANKS FOR ALL YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT.....!!!!!!!!