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CD Reviews
Battle Scars
Review by Gary Hill
Combining classic with modern progressive rock, the new disc from Galahad is a strong one.

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Beyond the Realms of Euphoria
Review by Alison Reijman
Releasing two albums of new material in the same year could be seen as either a big gamble or foolhardy.

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In A Moment of Complete Madness
Review by Gary Hill
Galahad originally released this album as a cassette to sell at their shows. As orders grew, it eventually became this CD, augmented with a few bonus tracks.
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Seas of Change
Review by Gary Hill

This is an unusual album. The title track is a massive number that clearly qualifies as epic.


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Seize the Day
Review by Gary Hill
I’ve pretty much enjoyed everything I’ve heard from Galahad over the years, so it’s no surprise I like this a lot.

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DVD Reviews
Galahad - Resonance: Live In Poland DVD
Review by Ron Fuchs

My first exposure to the band, Galahad was their Year Zero album in 2002. Since then I’ve been hooked.


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Galahad Acoustic Quintet - Not All There
Review by Gary Hill
A spin-off of Galahad, Galahad Acoustic Quintet seems to be a group that have a few sides to their nature. Portions of the album feel like a modern take on minstrel music.
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Sean Filkins - War and Peace & Other Short Stories
Review by Alison Henderson

One of the great legacies of English prog rock is its continuing additions to its anthology of albums at whose heart is the storyteller’s art.


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