Sanhedrin - Ever After CD (album) cover




Eclectic Prog

4.10 | 117 ratings

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4 stars Although it's inspired by CAMEL, it's not CAMEL music. Sanhedrin have their own folk background, with a calm, almost blues-less background. It's more Middle-Eastern, perhaps, than the original british group. This album, as a whole, works very well. There are two main reasons for this: first, is the excellent flute work by Shem Tov Levi, one of Israel's premier jazz-rock flute players. Second, it's Udi Koomran's top-notch musical production and mastering. The compositions are very melodic, and they don't always progress in a linear fashion. Sanhedrin guys like to develop somethings, then toss it aside and start something else. This takes them closer to Anglagard terrain, although they're not as dramatic or melancholic. I would recommend this album to anyone who like flute-prog, mellow prog and CAMEL-related bands. The disc has great overall sound, and you really can't complain. I wouldn't call this a masterpiece, and it's not innovative stuff - but it works. 3.5 stars, but I'll give them 4 because of the melodic beauty.
uribreitman | 4/5 |


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