Great waves of vocals start this and it carries without musical accompaniment for a time. There’s a quick burst of ELP like keyboards. Then it shifts to another vocal driven section, but this time piano accompanies. Eventually it turns to a hard rocking progressive jam. There’s certainly plenty of ELP in the mix, but it’s kind of jazzy and has hints of Deep Purple. It works through several changes and alterations and really rocks. There’s a lot of groove built into this music and it’s both very progressive rock oriented and yet a lot of fun. The organ soloing on this is quite tasty. Mid-track we get another vocal dominated section. It builds out from there into some mainstream prog melodic sounds. This section is less ELP-like, but is seriously prog oriented. It’s very satisfying and powerful. At over ten minutes in length, this is definitely epic in proportion.