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  • This CD consisted of working demos of unreleased new songs, an acoustic version of Meaning and the Moment, a cover of Where the Sour Turns to Sweet originally arranged and recorded for a Genesis tribute album, and live tracks from the ProgDay '95 show. The members of echolyn, however, remained very active in music.
  • When the Sweet Turns Sour, an Album by Echolyn. Released in on Syn-Phonic (catalog no. SYNCD 15; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock/5(4).
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  • mei is the sixth full-length studio album by the American rock band Echolyn, released in Unlike its precursor Cowboy Poems Free (), mei is a typical progressive (symphonic) rock album in that it consists of few, longer, songs with many instrumental sections and complex structures instead of the normal song structure, including verse, chorus etc.
  • "Where the Sour Turns to Sweet" was intended for a Mellow Records Genesis tribute, but shelved after Sony denied permission to release it. There is also an acoustic version of one of the group's first songs, "Meaning and the Moment," interpreted in the style of the material found on the EP And Every Blossom. The new songs, still a bit rough-edged, held great promise, with 6/
  • -Where the Sour Turns to Sweet is a good cover of a mediocre song from the first Genesis album. It was bound for a tribute album, but Sony did not allow it. -Meaning and the Moment is a fine acoustic version of a song from Echolyn's first album.