Simon McKechnie | Clocks and Dark Clouds

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Clocks and Dark Clouds

by Simon McKechnie

With beguiling rhythms and intricate arrangements, this 2013 progressive rock debut is always melodic and always intriguing
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mother and Daughter
7:44 album only
2. Clocks and Dark Clouds
7:47 album only
3. The City in the Sea
7:45 album only
4. God Particle
7:41 album only
5. Gorham's Cave
8:30 album only
6. He Who Saw the Deep (Gilgamesh)
9:47 album only
7. The Emigrant
6:50 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After many years working as a composer and arranger, in 2013 Simon McKechnie turned to progressive rock and released this collection of seven songs.

‘The album is an excellent progressive rock album that any fans of Yes or Rush will enjoy' - (MusikReviews.com)

'On his first effort at progressive rock, SIMON MCKECHNIE has delivered a masterpiece, following all the guidelines of the genre, yet unlike anything you have heard before.' - (Justin Case Prog Radio)

'Highly recommended to prog fans who like a healthy mix of modernity and reverence towards the genre’s founding fathers, Clocks and Dark Sounds is a very promising debut from a gifted artist.' - (Fire of Unknown Origin)

'... earnest, carefully crafted disc addressing the concept of ‘time’ from varied perspectives' - (Progression Magazine)

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