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Where We Go...

by Legacy

Symphonic progressive rock, musical food for the mind, let your imagination go "where we go..."
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. take a look at yourself
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2. choices
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3. west world/object of desire
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4. trappings/ocean of light/cosmic waltz
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5. the power
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6. time travelers
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7. no where to run/trois theme
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Legacy introduces their first CD "Where We Go..." Legacy has a truly unique sound with strong classical influences and orchestration mixed with piano, vocals, synthesizers, guitars, bass and drums.

The songs vary from the vocal styles of Frank Hartis to the instrumentals that interlace the CD.

How the music flows together was always on the producers mind, but most importantly are the songs that create that flow. Fresh new melodies and rhythms are expertly performed by Legacy.

The musicians, singers and tech crew are some of the best in the industry. This CD exploits their diverse talents, training and hard work.

This is a must have CD for any progressive music lovers collection. Bios and more info are comming soon.

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Ogi Overman :editor,esp Magazine

There is a surreal,orchestral quality that rises above the ordinary
Legacy makes no pretense about their progressive learnings and their influences are evident, without being derivative,one can clearly hear flavors of Yes,ELP,Genesis ect.This is an album of pure symphonic,keyboard-driven rock
with a great vocal/instrumental mix and rest assured fans of any of the above bands need to hear this CD.
this Cd.
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