Fusion Orchestra 2 | Casting Shadows

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Casting Shadows

by Fusion Orchestra 2

Progressive rock, featuring epic, multi-part compositions with soaring vocals, complex musical interplay, and a dash of lunacy.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Don't Forget Your Key / Leaving It All Behind
15:05 album only
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2. Troubled Dreams and Fairy Queens
0:57 album only
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3. Cider Sue
10:55 album only
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4. See What We Left Behind?
1:57 album only
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5. Secret Shadow / Unseen, Unheard, Unfinished
12:50 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Casting Shadows is the debut album from Fusion Orchestra 2 – the second incarnation of critically acclaimed progressive rock band Fusion Orchestra, whose original EMI album Skeleton In Armour, was re-released by EMI in 2009.

Launching from the highly regarded material of Skeleton In Armour, the band’s 2013 release, Casting Shadows continues a tradition of rock music that’s progressive without being pretentious. Casting Shadows features epic, multi-part compositions with soaring vocals, complex musical interplay, and a dash of lunacy.

Fusion Orchestra 2 was co-formed by original Fusion Orchestra guitarist and founder member Colin Dawson, and keyboard player Ben Bell, with the remarkable Elsie Lovelock on lead vocal, Shemski on bass, and Seex Dyer on drums.

“More relaxed than the original Fusion Orchestra but still with that vibe from the ’70s – a subtle mixture of old and new.”



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