Asia Minor - Between Flesh And Divine  CD (album) cover


Asia Minor


Symphonic Prog

4.22 | 233 ratings

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4 stars If you're looking for an early 80's symphonic album that DOESN"T sound like it's from the 80's, here it is! Fantastic band that sounds like Camel in Italy with Ian Anderson playing the flute. What freaks me out is the band is from France with Turkish players and a lead singer that has a German accent! The singing may not be the strongest, but the playing is top-notch; with the flute out front, excellent guitar-work and subtle keys. Although flute-player Tekeli has been influenced somewhat by Ian Anderson his playing sounds more Italian, (PFM, etc.). All songs are outstanding with the exception of "Boundless" a lyric-heavy ballad. Otherwise, a definite 4 star album from the symph- dead 80's era. Neo it's not!
NJprogfan | 4/5 |


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