Solo album from the flutist of the Solaris Band.
\\\"It was 18 years ago - but it not seems to be so far - when we started to play our own music with the Solaris. There wasn\\\'t any exact decision, what kind of music we want to play, so we just started to create some new instrumental composition. I had a special role, as the flutist in a standard rock band layout (bass-drums-guitar-keyboards), because I have had to find my own place in the musical situation. After a lot of rehearsals and concerts in 1984 was appared the Martian Chronicles - our first LP with the Solaris - and from that time it is the etalon for us which we compare ourselves continously.
I hope that the world of this new CD will not be unusual for those who like the Solaris music. Basically the world of renaissance and barock music and the influences of the instrumental rock are mixed in these new composition. More than three years ago, before the invitation of the Solaris for the Progfest \\\'95 in L.A., puzzled over the idea of the Musical Witchcraft. I want the compile my new musical themes and songs in an independent from. All of my musican friends who were members in the Solaris earlier, came to play the first invitation on these new songs and it was really delighted me. So you can hear a friendly team-work on this CD. I recommend these compositions all over the world for those who like the music and for those who like the interesting progressive rock sound.\\\"
Gábor Naszádi - acoustic guitar
Attila Kollár - flute, whistle, tambourine
Zsolt Vámos - guitar
Tamás Pócs - bass
Gábor Kisszabó - bass
László Gömör - drums
Róbert Erdész - keyboards
Csaba Bogdán - guitar