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3.45 | 14 ratings | 1 reviews | 36% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Mitocondrial Eve (3:53)
2. Barbaro (4:36)
3. Shaman-Celebration (5:02)
4. Gregorian (4:36)
5. Ritual Song (4:32)
6. Phantom Dance (2:57)
7. Our Times... (3:40)
8. Israel (5:11)
9. Virtual Days (3:03)
10. Liliana (4:15)
11. Present Song (3:58)

Total Time: 45:47

Line-up / Musicians

- Róbert Erdész / synthesizers, samplers, computer programs, composer

- Attila Kollár / flute, pipe, tambourine, vocals
- Márta Sebéstyen / vocals, pipes (1-3,8)
- Zsuzsa Ullmann / vocals (3,4,711)
- Ildikó Keresztes / vocals (5)
- Emil Tóth / vocals (8)
- Gyorgy Demeter / vocals (6)
- Gusztáv Bódi Varga / vocals (10)
- János Varga / guitar (1-6,8,9,11)
- Péter Gerendás / acoustic guitar (10)
- Ferenc Muck / saxophone (2,7,9,11)
- Lázsló Gomor / drums (7)
- Áron Eredics / tambura (5)
- Mihály Borbély / tárogató (1,2,7)
- Batyu (Muzsikas) / ütőgardon (2,3,6)
- Tamás Erdész / doromb (4)

Releases information

Artwork: Csaba Kael

CD Solaris Music Productions ‎- SMP 014 (2000, Hungary)

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RÓBERT ERDÉSZ Meeting Point ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(36%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(36%)
Good, but non-essential (29%)
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Review by kev rowland
3 stars Solaris appears to be part of the StereoPeriferic label, and this album is subtitled 'Hungarian World Music', which is exactly what it is. While the music is mostly piano/keyboard driven, there are lots of different elements and style. Vocals are used as an instrument, so there are no lyrics. There is interplay between different instruments, but what gives this album its' joy is that there is a freedom of expression, and lots of different ideas coming through.

The music may have a folky poppy feel, but then turn into Gregorian chant. It is not rock music, but is still music from the soul, that can lift the spirit. It is not an album that I will be returning to a great deal but there are going to be times when this will be just the perfect thing to play on a warm Summer's evening. Sixteen musicians combined to make this CD, and they work together extremely well.

Originally appeared in Feedback #63, July 01

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