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3.86 | 39 ratings

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4 stars This band reminds me very much of their country fellows Quidam and also the more acoustic version of this band, Turquoise, and precisely their debut album. The music is similar neo-symphonic, very melodic prog where the main purpose is to please the listeners' melodious needs (if one has any of course). All these bands have also female vocalists. The music of Anamor features great guitar work and the keyboards are mostly used to color the music. The vocals of Marta Glowacka are very good. I believe this album should be a sure hit if you like the similar band Quidam. It is not really quite on the same level as the fantastic Quidam debut but in my opinion it perhaps surpasses all the rest studio offerings from that particular group.

It is not until halfway through the album that the band starts to deliver the best tracks, mainly "Pajecza Piosenka", the instrumental "Pejzaz Instrumentalny", "Ostatini Raz", "W Prozni" and especially the beautiful "Sam" with its dreamy mood. Actually, those are all tracks from track #5 onwards.

Conclusion: Excellent neo-symphonic!

geezer | 4/5 |


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