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You rock

This album is really good, at first I thought they were Genesis. Genesis should check this out !

Well done

I absolutlly love a well recorded album, every track on here glistens with perfection. Although this album is a little more synth based than most of thier stuff it is still good. Occasionally reminesent of classic Kansas and in no way is that a bad thing.

An excellent CD

Glass Hammer nails it with Shadowlands. From the super prog pipe organ coming from keyboardist Fred Schendel to the killer bass lines laid down by bassit Steve Babb, combined with the other musicians that form the lineup of Glass Hammer on Shadowlands, the CD for me just delivered one great song after another. There are a lot of vocal harmonies in the songs on this CD, combining male and female vocals to provide a beautiful sound. This is a must buy if you're a Glass Hammer fan or are someone looking to find a new prog band to get into.

You won't be disappointed.


Formed: Tennessee

Genre: Rock

Years Active:

Glass Hammer began in 1992 when Tennessee musicians Steve Babb and Fred Schendel got together and began writing for a progressive rock concept album. That album, Journey of the Dunadan, was released the following year. Since the two men were basically the entire lineup of the group and played all of the instruments on the album, they would need to recruit musicians to perform the material live. Schendel had played with a drummer named Walter Moore in his last group the Obvious. They brought him in...
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Shadowlands, Glass Hammer
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 14, 2004

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