Eloy - Silent Cries and Mighty Echoes. 1979 Germany

Eloy were one of Germany's most famous symphonic rock groups. They had a few phases, but their most popular was the era Silent Cries and Mighty Echoes was released in, when they were in full blown Pink Floyd mode. What I like about Eloy is their ability to provide space. This leads to the appreciation of the big, fat riffs that cascade throughout. The guitar and keyboard leads are profound, if not necessarily complicated or overly inspired. An easy band to enjoy on initial impact, I highly recommend Eloy to progressive rock fans who are looking for something new beyond the well-known bands. For old hands, as cynical as they may be, Eloy always manage to deliver as well. A very good album.

Personal collection
LP: 1979 Harvest
CD: 1995 Si-Wan (Korea)

No comments:

Post a Comment

Hadal Sherpa - s/t. 2017 Finland

Every once in awhile I'll receive a recommendation on a new album to try. But it's very rare for me to receive 3 strong recs from ...