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    Looking at the Mitkadem which is the pro related music website of the scene
    Website almost all the releases of the last few years sound like prog metal

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    Any love for Teliof overhere? I did not see them mentioned yet.

    They released one album in 2008 and I think its excellent
    At Progarchives they think so too:
    http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=19185

    I see the album is up at bandcamp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    What? who? where?
    And with Hila Ruah? I love her! (warning - not Prog!)
    Is it available anywhere else? CD? bandcamp? (not even going to ask about vinyl)

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    Quote Originally Posted by flytomars View Post
    What? who? where?
    And with Hila Ruah? I love her! (warning - not Prog!)
    Is it available anywhere else? CD? bandcamp? (not even going to ask about vinyl)
    please clarify

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udi Koomran View Post
    please clarify
    I missed an entire Panic Ensemble album, with Hila Ruah as the singer.
    Contacted Roy and he was kind enough to send me the entire album in WAV

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    love that Ahvak album... stone cold classic!
    Why is it whenever someone mentions an artist that was clearly progressive (yet not the Symph weenie definition of Prog) do certain people feel compelled to snort "thats not Prog" like a whiny 5th grader?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYSTERIOUS TRAVELLER View Post
    love that Ahvak album... stone cold classic!
    Agreed
    Ian

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    Originally, Sanhedrin was a Camel cover band. Well, it wasn't an easy task. With this, Sanhedrin gained a certain degree of popularity at the local 'progressive' scene. Soon, however, the desire arose to compose their own songs. The result is in the form of the debut album "Ever After", released in February 2011 by Fading Records, the AltrOck sub-label for the 70s-like sympho-rock and "related" stuff.
    Their entirely instrumental music can hardly deny the inspiration from Camel. Those elongated, elegiac guitar solos, the spherically flowing and floating keys (including Mellotron) that always sound analogous, plus the obligatory flute, and with the tracks like "Il Tredici" or "Sobriety", I always get the impression that I'm listenin' to the best Camel' songs that are not by Camel. But the Sanhedrin are by no means a clone band. Not only that their music is overall more complex than that of the great role model, they also process other influences, such as those from folk & medieval music ("Dark Age", "Sobriety", the short acoustic guitar piece "Tema"), as well as other bands of the golden era, like Jethro Tull and Pink Floyd, have left their stylistic traces.
    Sanhedrin clearly appeal primarily to a melody-loving proggie. But the band also has a lot to offer for the lovers of more complex sounds. Nice to know that there are still crisp and exciting sympho-rock acts out there.

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    So where did you cut and paste that from?
    Ian

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    I don't think Sanhedrin is still out there.

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