Lee Abraham Prepares Fourth Solo Album
Lee Abraham is gearing up to release his fourth solo album in February.
Entitled Distant Days, it contains seven tracks and follows his 2009 record Black And White.
Former Galahad bassist Abraham tells Prog: “I recorded it with the same core band who did the handful of gigs after Black And White was released: Gerald Mulligan on drums, Chris Harrison on guitar, Rob Arnold on keys and Alistair Begg on bass.
“I had a bit of help from some brilliant guests too – Marc Atkinson of Riversea; Dec Burke of Frost*, Darwin’s Radio and Brave New Sky; John Young of Lifesigns; and Steve Thorne. Jon Barry and Simon Nixon helped out on guitar.”
More information on Distant Days will be revealed soon on Abraham’s website.
01. Closing The Door
02. Distant Days
03. The Flame
05. Corridors Of Power
06. Walk Away
07. Tomorrow Will Be Yesterday