The Enid – Sundialer (1995)

British group THE ENID were formed around the founder/keyboardist Robert John GODFREY (BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST) and his fellow founder-members, guitarists Stephen STEWART and Francis LICKERISH in 1974. Almost like a combination of classical and rock, the band combined vast orchestral movements, exclusively classical instrumentation, rigourous construction completely well-written and romantic rock music led by composer Robert John GODFREY. For the most part the albums have some orchestrated sound, all created using the standard guitars, basses, keyboards and drums. THE ENID are probably the TOP of the symphonic tradition.

Genre: Symphonic Prog
Origin: United Kingdom

Studio Album, released in 1995

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sundialer
2. Chaldean Crossing [remix]
3. Dark Hydraulic [remix]
4. Ultra Violet Cat
5. Salome 95 [remix]

Line-up / Musicians

– Robert John Godfrey / keyboards
– Stephen Stewart / guitars, synths and vocals
– Nick May / guitars
– Steve Hughes / drums and percussion
– Max Read / vocal FX on “Ultra Violet Cat”
– Damian Risdon / Shaker on “Chaldean Crossing”
– Troy Donockley / Low Whistles on “Chaldean Crossing”
– Kes / vocal FX on “Salome 95”
– Tobey Horsenail / vocal FX on “Salome 95”
– Torin / vocal FX on “Salome 95”


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