Symphony in DeMeanor, are without doubt, one of the best and most musically accomplished bands EVER to have come out of Canada.. correction... North America! Their debut CD 'Symphony in DeMeanor' contains only six tracks, which is a crime, but those six tracks are among the best written, composed, performed, and produced tracks that I have ever heard in my life! And, like a lot of artists who produce brilliant music, they don't appear to realize quite what they have done! Their music is very Beatles, very ELO, very Queen, and very very Symphony in DeMeanor... George Martin would be walking on air had he produced this album... Colin Lynch, On-Line Music Magazine Symphony in DeMeanor gives psychedelic rock with lots of Jeff Lynne-type production and a smidgen of Pink Floyd 'Dark Side of the Moon' influence. Picture Jeff Lynne's work on the Beatles (or rather 'Threetles') 1995 'reunion' tracks ('Free as a Bird' and 'Real Love'). There are 5 original songs, along with a great cover of 'White Rabbit', complete with backwards guitar. In fact, the cover of this Jefferson Airplane classic is my favorite thing on this disc, great arrangement! The originals are not wholly original, but if you like psychedelic rock you will really dig this CD. Symphony in Demeanor reminds me of an updated Klaatu and that's not a bad thing! Scott H. Platt, Ear Candy Magazine Calling all Beatles fans! This opus will please them. A trip to the end of the sixties certified. At the time of Abbey Road more precisely. Do you remember Klaatu? Those Canadian guys (especially by the first albums) could create a Fab Four atmosphere: some even thought they were the Beatles under a pseudo! Here the sensation is similar. Even the front and back covers suggest those heydays (a logo and lamp of that time). A pity the album is short (only 6 songs 3 minutes long each) for those four Canadian lads (yes, they come from Canada too!) are gifted. You'll enjoy the harmony vocals, the catchy melodies, the humour (the band's name for instance)...'A splendid time is guaranteed for all'. Roland Roque, Acid Dragon Music Magazine.