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I love this kind of rock, and the fusion with meditative was extraordinary and very successful . . . . the music is emotional and flowing without being overburdened with too many layers or too much reverberation . . . its comfortable to listen to under any circumstances .. .. and the guitar was exquisite . .. .
And this particular album . . . is extra enjoyable . .. the guitar work and the compositions are excellent . . . giving my brain a chance to think and let the music carry me over the mountains and through the rivers of the valleys . .. the shadows never engulfed me but the light was the shining guide . . .
I loved "Ballad for Sri Krishna" which had some delicious bell-like sounds . . . and a comforting guitar . . . a peaceful melody . . . and I think my favorite was "Improvisation after Midnight" but my idea of "my favorite" kept changing as I listened to the album . . .
Excellent . . .