Part of the history, later Sahara
Part of the history of, and really virtually the same band as the later Sahara
Subject Esq. played a complex progressive with fusion elements, some classical influences and superb musicianship. Comparable to many other bands of the era, like Alquin , Thirsty Moon, Camel, etc., with a similar type of complexity and inventiveness to the bands from the Canterbury scene.
Subject Esq. also had many unique touches of their own, with unusual use of vocals, time signatures, and especially in having a wide range of solo instruments, all of which are given plenty of room in the lengthy instrumental sections .
New and sealed digipak edition CD + 2 bonus
ohrwaschl CD 010