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If

by Glass Hammer

Back with a brand new lineup and an album of epic-length prog tracks. “If” marks the band’s return to classic symphonic-progressive rock; an album sure to please fans of the group’s earlier releases.
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1. Beyond, Within
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2. Behold, the Ziddle
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3. Grace the Sky
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4. At Last We Are
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5. If the Stars
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6. If the Sun
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Glass Hammer is back with a brand new lineup and an album of epic-length prog tracks. The 2010 release “IF” marks the band’s return to classic symphonic-progressive rock; an album sure to please fans of the group’s earlier releases Chronometree, Lex Rex and The Inconsolable Secret. Pipe organs, Hammond solos, Moogs, Mellotrons – all the trademark sounds are back in place.

But “IF” is no simple rehashing of previous Glass Hammer efforts. With the addition of vocalist Jon
Davison, jazz-rock guitarist Alan Shikoh and session drummer Randall Williams, Glass Hammer co-
founders Steve Babb and Fred Schendel have “hit the reset button” and taken their music to an entirely new level.

The sixty-six minute opus features six tracks, culminating in the twenty-four minute long “If The Sun”, mastering by the legendary Bob Katz of Digital Domain, and stunning art-work by German designer Tom Kuhn.


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