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SANDERSON DOMINIC - ImpermanenceDebut full-length album from young UK Prog artist.
Format: CD / Released: 25/02/2023

Track Listing: 1. I Don't Think I Can Get over This After All (3:44) / 2. The Twisted Hand of Fate (5:08) / 3. This Night and the Wounds It Will Bring (4:42) / 4. Is There Calm Amongst This Chaos? (6:11) / 5. An Empty Room (3:14) / 6. A False Sense of Promise (4:51) / 7. Like Shards of Glass Falling Through My Fingers (19:51)

More information: Dominic Sanderson, a young musician from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, draws inspiration from English bands like Red-Era King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Marillion, Vad der Graaf Generator, Steven Wilson, and many others.

Dominic's debut full-legth album is a conceptual album that was influenced by the classic progressive rock sound of the 1970s but with a contemporary edge. The album was recorded over the course of a year in a professional recording facility of the University of Liverpool. A large number of top-notch musicians gave up their time to help shape Sanderson's tunes and make this debut as good as it is.

Line-up: Dominic Sanderson - electric & acoustic guitars, vocals, Mellotron

Guests: Tristan Apperley - bass, Hammond organ, Mellotron, synthesizers, keyboards, violin, viola / Jacob Hackett - drums, congas, percussion, backing vocals / Aaron Butterworth - cello, Mellotron / Tyler Swindley - piano / Joshua Joyner - synthesizers / Dan Ratcliffe - violin / Abi Clark - flute / Beatrice Overend - baritone saxophone