This is my latest CD, in the genre of what I would call Progressive Rock. That term defining the type of music that was made famous throughout the 70s by bands such as Genesis, The Moody Blues and Pink Floyd. The music is soft, dark and melancholy because that's the way I like it. . This particular album is rather angry and even darker than my previous ones, so if you're looking for a pick me up, you'd best look elsewhere.. I do however hope you enjoy.. and thanks for listening.
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"Perhaps that is what ends up captivating me the most about Rick Millers music in general and this album in particular: the soul with which everything is filled; the pure instrumentation; the vivid singing; the emotional journey that has the capacity to enrapture us into an inner flying with the same ease that it keeps us eartbound.
This album is an experience on itself. And honestly, if you like thoughtful space rock tingled in symphonic prog that is presented in a mellow, slow but highly emotional way, then this release is nothing less than obligatory!"
Prognosis.. March 29, 2013
"Immortal Remains showcases Miller's innate ability to craft quality progressive rock with an artful touch and an attention to detail few artists are able to attain. Excellent stuff indeed. "
Sea Of Tranquility... August 21, 2013
"This is album is a sheer delight and has been a joy to listen to, now how often do I say that about prog?"
Kev Rowland, Prog Archives
released 28 March 2013
All tracks written, arranged, recorded and performed by Rick Miller with the more than able assistance of:
Kane Miller: Acoustic guitar and violin
Sarah Young: Flute
Mateusz Swoboda: Cello
Barry Haggarty: Stratocaster guitar
Ruth Archer: The spoken word on Ode To An Angel and Sanctity