A musical tapestry that weaves jazz and progressive rock together. I would recommend this to anyone who likes Genesis Rush, Dream Theatre, Foghat, Styx or Porcupine Tree
Favorite track: Moment.
Johnny Ray - Vocals/Keys
Spence Howard - Bass
Jason Berlin - Drums
John Richardsen - Keys
Thomas Griggs - Guitars
released February 24, 2018
This album was composed by Johnny Ray (except for remix), produced and mixed by David Alex at Foxbloom Recordings, mastered by Jeramie Kling. Guest Vocals by Cassandra Calo, Eliana Blanchard, Megan Yarbrough, Christian and Daniel Zambrotto. Saxaphone by Eric Mullins, Christian Cruz for Guest Guitars and Kevin Adair for session guitars. in Edge of Time. Flute by Kyle Sareyani, album art by Severin Jowers.
Johnny would like to thank everyone who took part in this album, his wife and Kids for putting up with all the noise in the house, and most of all Jesus for the Inspiration and Faith!
Fabulous stuff - definitely the lighter end of the prog spectrum - you'd never never imagine that this music has been recorded by a Brazilean band!. Some of the bands you find on BC are great - this is proof that the BC system works! Michael Stevens
So glad to have discovered this great band. Heard first on the Thought Radio show last week. Great melodies over powerful Prog Rock with many beautiful moments. This is something special. I am getting a bit of a Rush type vibe but much more also. What an album this is and I will need to get the CD also. Too many great tracks to chose a best one yet. thirdsystem
If someone were to ask me why I love progressive rock, this album would be one of my examples. It's eclectic; it's beautiful; it's sufficiently complex; and its cover art is cool. Soul Doubt does one hell of a great job of reprising the album's themes and building atmosphere and emotion throughout the >100 minute affair. And the cherry on top of it all is that there are no middling or superfluous songs--which is impressive because double albums usually have some amount of filler.