Ajalon > This Good Place
"Promised Land," the first vocal track, is instantly catchy, owing to the sing-along-able chorus....
For some years now Randy George has been one of the driving forces behind the 'CPR' various artists...
... “This Good Place” is a solid effort from Ajalon, and as far as Christian progressive rock...
Interview with band...
This Good Place is the third album from Ajalon. Seven new songs which will no doubt reinvent the band as we know it. This CD will tell a story and has an underlying concept to it. Yet it is not intentionally a concept CD. Most will find it quite different from anything the band has done in the past. "We have always made the music that was in us to make.".
With this release the band wanted to make an album that speaks to everyone, leaving room for listeners to draw their own conclusions. Much life-changing experiences were brought to bear on this project making it unique and different. The performances and the songwriting is much heavier with a great deal of impact. There are some special guests on the CD to help round out the sound. Band members have appeared individually on other artist recordings with Steve Hackett, Adrian Belew, Paul Gilbert, Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy, Phil Keaggy and Michael Manring just name a few.
The album was mixed by veteran engineer Steve Smith.
- 1 - 1. Love Is A Dream
- 2 - 2. Nickels and Dimes, Marbles and Stones
- 3 - 3. Not Man
- 4 - 4. Abstract Malady
- 5 - 5. Lullaby of Bedlam
- 6 - 6. Redemption
- 7 - 7. This Good Place