The Plight of the Passionate
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Ten evocative tracks over 56 minutes, featuring the amazing vocals of Megan Mellamphy with the unforgettable melodies of Tim Finch's song writing. Released on 2nd Dec 2017, this album has been 8.5 years in the making. Described as the intersection of Supertramp, Fleetwood Mac and Genesis, this album journeys through the interplay of issues like depression, anger, bereavement with expectant hope, love and joy. With searing lead guitar & sax melodies pastiches from Pete Holder, Jerry Curd and Bob Foster, the dual lead vocals of Tim & Megan - this album will not disappoint the musical 'passionate'.
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Cross Rhythms review of The Plight of the Passionate: 8/10
"This is a fine piece of work, musically of a form and addressing themes sadly not so much heard these days, particularly in the Christian sphere...
Musically this album is full of ideas and creativity....
I was catching hints of Iona, Yes, Wishbone Ash...
The guitars, flute, sax and lead and back voices are consistently of a high standard....
There are some great moments on the keyboards...
such creative music, and some very deep and honest themes...."
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"There are some achingly beautiful melodies and the playing is superb. I love Megan's vocals and sonically the CD is astonishing... Favourite track so far is the title track, Plight of the Passionate."
Matt, Midlands, UK
"I anticipated this album was going to be really good, but it has exceeded even that expectation."
Phil, Somerset, UK
"Just wanted to tell you how much of an achievement it is! I particularly loved the songs Plight of the Passionate and Looking Out to Sea; fantastic songs!"
"Well, what a beautiful & inspiring CD. My commute can be lonely but your music was the perfect companion. Terrific music and, to my layman’s ears, great production and sound quality. "
Paul, Devon, UK
Lucy, Chester, UK
Journey visually through the album with a 16 page lyric booklet, with evocative photography and original artwork, including the story of how the album came about.