The Emerald Dawn

In Time


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Track List

Side A

Out Of Time

The Emerald Dawn

Side B


The Emerald Dawn

The March Of Time

The Emerald Dawn

Specs & Info

Transparent Green 180g Disc with Printed Label

Printed Centre Labels

Printed Gatefold Sleeves

Catalogue Number: WLTH001

Project Details

The Cornwall-based Progressive Eclectic rock band release their 5th album, In Time, amid huge expectation in the Progressive Rock community. Long form musical compositions are their speciality and this release is no different, with three tracks filling the 46 minutes of this concept album, based on how time is experienced in different ways.

This album takes the listener on a journey through a series of themes, moods and cultures. Their unique sound captivates their audience with a combination of progressive rock, jazz fusion, and experimental world music.

Highly rhythmic with expansive time signature changes, yet retaining a huge sense of melody throughout. Tree Stewart’s beguiling vocals and keyboards are transfixing, whilst Ally Carter’s guitars and saxophone heighten the experience and focus the mind.

And the rhythm section of David Greenaway on bass and Tom Jackson on drums and percussion is amongst the very best on the circuit.

This album will appeal to a very wide audience. Already a name within the progressive music genre, The Emerald Dawn’s reputation is assured with this release which is sure to feature in many 2023 awards. Take a listen to the excerpts on this page…..

Press Quotes:

‘magical… a very profound and moving musical journey…. Truly impressive and staggeringly wonderful — a real joy to behold, I suggest you reserve your copy now and await your time to hear this masterpiece.’ John Wenlock-Smith, Progradar

‘a deeply impressive concept album. …a work of genius. …a work I believe will set the progressive world alight.’ Steve Lazenby, Lazland

‘“In Time” should consecrate the group among the progressive rock elite… Utterly exquisite…’ Thomas Szirmay, Prog Rogue