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The Galileo 7: False Memory Lane
'Highly entertaining and great fun'
"On the band's third album 'Down Memory Lane' eleven groovy, catchy, vaguely retro, organ-infused pop-tastic songs hove into view, opening with the inspiring and upbeat 'Don't Follow Me,' to which I say, `Tune!" [Read More...]
'..there is not a duff track on this album and definitely a must...
The songs display all the finest qualities of that area of popular music where the likes of Ray Davies reside. Classically English and (dare I say it?) working class. [Read More...]
Although harkening back to the 60s, they are not stuck in a time warp
Each song is different, but they all complement each other. There are fuzzed guitars, organ-driven songs, and phased vocal harmonies enough to please lovers of 60s Brit psych. Though harkening back to the 60s, they are not stuck in a time warp, many of the songs have an aura of contemporary psych-pop bands like The Luck of Eden Hall et al. [Read More...]
Allan Crockford - Interview
Galileo 7’s latest album ‘False Memory Lane’ is a rewarding listen. Its 1960s rooted psychedelic pop rock jangle is both evocative and refreshing. [Read More...]
"False Memory Lane" easily qualifies for the top five of this years neo-sixties albums
All things considered, "False Memory Lane" easily qualifies for the top five of this years neo-sixties albums [Read More...]
... an intriguing listen. Resistance is futile.
The reflective, haunting title track False Memory lane is underpinned with Mellotron akin to the Moody Blues' Days Of Future Passed and elsewhere the songs are tuneful and energetic, switching from dreamy Syd Barrett vocals and whimsical organ to the rapid fire of 'phasers set to stun' on Tide's Rising. [Read More...]
sharp, edgy but exuberant pop tunes with a blissful 1960's resonance
Allan Crockford as a songwriter can at times speak with a touch of light cynicism, but the 60's pop sounds of the Galileo 7 nevertheless seem to shine brightly and buoyantly. [Read More...]
"one of the summer's best under-the-radar releases"
With a catchy set of tunes, (driven by the sort of melodies Noel Gallagher would love to have written), plenty of bah-bah-bahs in the backing vocals, acoustic textures and vintage Mellotron upping the soft-psych quota, it's one of the summer's best under-the-radar releases. [Read More...]
8.5 / 10
"....Galileo 7 will not be able to avoid worship..." [Read More...]
"..Sublime..."
If Galileo 7 were a band of kids many would talk about them, maybe indicated as the "next big thing". [Read More...]