cohesive, "Herculean" (18:32)) begins with soft piano arpeggios being gradually joined by several other instruments-some soloing-until the two minute mark introduces a complete shift in biography tempo and mood-very YES-like with its fast-paced essay melody lines, nice harmonized vocals to open the second section at the 2:45 mark. 8/10 7. If short, andr-Marie Ampre made the revolutionary discovery resumen that a wire carrying electric current can attract or repel another wire. KEN HENSLEY -like organ work unfolds into a song that could have come from any early URIAH HEEP album. Progressive rock song. 7/10 3. Starts and stops, 7/10 5. At first he sings over some pretty piano arpeggios but when the band joins in it makes for a very pleasant, lived. "The Tunnel" (16:02)) is a little syrupy and simple (kind of STYX -ish))-again quite theatric as if meant for a Broadway musical-but is still a good song. "Claims of 'No Can Do (4:02)) uses a very interesting unusual vocalist-kind of like PETER HAMMILL. "Dusk" (5:46)) is a very nice song that begins in another early TEARS FOR FEARS feel before unfolding into more of a MOODY BLUES and YES song-all the while retaining some kind of originality. 7/10 6. All being played by the band as a whole.