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Album Review

Jim Hurley and Matthew Montfort's shared violin-and-guitar-line leads catch hold of a strong melody and bite down hard. But despite Zhao Hui's Chinese gu sheng board zither, Bui Hui Nhut's dan bao Vietnamese one-stringed lute, and assorted ethnic percussion, vernacular instruments don't share equal weight with the band's folk-classical thrust, and the cuts that are carved from indigenous music — "The Dusk Song of the Fisherman" or the lovely Indonesian degung of "Sunda Strait" — tilt somewhat toward the generic. Still, the disc's got plenty of fire, and its loveliness often surprises.

Customer Reviews

Great relaxing album

On the cover it says these are the songs of the silk road. Played on traditional instruments. These musicians are very skilled and inventive. A great relaxing album... I like to fall asleep to. Sublime on Nw dark rainy days. First heard this in the Silver platter store. And thought what is this? Been a fan ever since. Glad to see itunes finally has some more of their albums.

Biography

Formed: 1978

Genre: New Age

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Ancient Future were formed in 1978 by guitarist Matthew Montfort. The band's inviting melodies, exotic instruments, and ethnic textures have helped...
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