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|4.0 excellent||Lakes. | June 16th 11|
On the surface, In Person seems to be a revisitation of past (and future) themes in Kitaro's work, but that doesn't make it any less of a masterwork. As a whole, In Person is better produced than his previous albums, allowing all the layers of his music to come to the forefront. Synthesized choirs and violins, not present in earlier, or future works, also paint an "epic" mood that is rarely matched within his work. Those same tinkling electronics that seem to introduce many of his albums are still present here, though perhaps it's that sense of familiarity that makes his work so immediately endearing. Despite this familiarity, In Person is another fantastic album in Kitaro's catalog - though the diversity and mystique of Astral Voyage has yet to be matched.
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