Castarnac – Little Gods (1989) U.K.

little gods

Obscure neo-proggers from the UK mid-80’s scene, CASTANARC only stuck it out for four albums. The sound is a mixture of GENESIS and YES, but the vocalist sounds so much like John Waite that if you’re a fan of his or the BABYS, it can tend to be a distraction. However, the music is more keyboard-oriented and less guitar-dominant than MARILLION, and reminds at times of SAGA. Overall, CASTANARC is a fairly decent neo-prog band, comparable in quality to PALLAS or PENDRAGON.

Neo-Prog • United Kingdom

Studio Album, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. The Dream (2:46)
2. Wake up (3:25)
3. Wow (1:51)
4. The sun (5:48)
5. The lunar tea room (1:43)
6. The moon (3:48)
7. You can see our house from here (1:42)
8. The wind (5:22)
9. Ahhghh (1:30)
10. Old air head (6:06)
11. Terror firma (2:07)
12. The mountain (4:58)
13. Come on you reds (4:49)
14. The tree (4:49)
15. Stream Walking (2:57)
16. The River (4:09)
17. Time to Take your Aqua Gum (2:06)
18. The Sea (5:10)
19. Small Poem for a Small Planet (1:17)
20. It’s Up To You (1:00)

Total Time: 67:23

Line-up / Musicians

– Mark Holiday / vocals
– David Powell / keyboards
– Paul Ineson / lead guitar
– Neil Duty / lead / acoustic guitar, bass
– Dave Kirkland / drums

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