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Ádám Török is well known in his native Hungary, playing not only progressive but also blues and jazz-fusion. In the mid Nineties he was approached by Periferic to produce an album of instrumentals. It has taken five years, but now it is here. The initial comparison will be with Jethro Tull, not only for the extensive use of flute as the lead melodic instrument, but also because of the many differing styles that are obvious. There are other influences such as Colosseum, Camel and even Jadis, but there is also folk music of his homeland. The result is a very atmospheric album that relies on space and light. It is extremely melodic and accessible, while at the same time maintaining a certain aloofness, this is not common or garden prog.
This is an album that will be enjoyed by many progheads if they can get to hear it.