Artist/ Band: Chris Sohre
Title: The Night Between
Label: Self release
Year of Release: 2007
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The Review:

I was presented with Chris Sohre's most release, The Night Between, via post and it’s supposedly the third part of a trilogy Musically it’s genre-bending with moments of psychedelic folk, progressive rock, experimental jazz & 20th century classical music. In many ways the music reminds me of something you’ll find on the Cuneiform Records label. At times Chris’ vocals remind me of Kate Bush, Tori Amos and Emily Bezar as well as so many others, too numerous to post.

The end result of The Night Between takes the listener on a aural mystical journey with the moody opener “Prelude/Raja” and upbeat “Prelude/End Of An Era“ for instance. One of the musicians joining Chris is very familiar to progressive rock and fusion fans named Michael Manring. There are many other musicians that help Chris’ music vision come to life.

This was a surprise album for me because it took several listens to fully appreciate the music With each listen it grows on me, and I hear new sounds each time I hear the album. To me that’s a sign of an album of substance. I would highly recommend this to fans of the afore mentioned singers.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on March 20th, 2008


1. Prelude/ Raja
2. Gravitate
3. Interlude/ End Of An Era
4. + - Discharge
5. Change
6. Ripples
7. No Comfort
8. Or (It Could Go) This Way
9. Swimming
10. Wheel Of Time/ Coda

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