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A Triggering Myth


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.17 | 51 ratings

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5 stars Here my friends, we're in front of one of the best 2006 releases. Yes, pure jazz/prog/fusion in the best way it can be made. Every track here is a gem, pure music without words that will lead you into a fantastic journey.

The level of the musicians is incredible. High quality playing of every instrument, even if I want to focus my attention on the bass playing of Michael Manring. On every track you can clerly hear the dynamic bass lines, they are not hidden under the other instruments, on the contrary they are a carrying part of the whole composition.

The tracks range from the two minutes to the eight minutes, but they have almost all a medium lenght, but believe me, you must listen to the whole record, to catch its beauty (even if the singles track taken one by one are incredible). Wonderful and really impressive guitar work and solos all along the whole album. Scott McGill is a genious.

No filler here, every track is outstanding, my personal attention go to "Now that my house has burned down", "The remedy of abstraction", "Her softening sorrow", "Not even wrong", and "Shakespeare's strippers" (The last track is focused on some marvelous guitar solos )

So if you are in the vein of jazz - fusion, go for this album, it's a very pleasant piece of music. It has become one of the favorite album of who is writing.

An intense and fascinating musical experience.

CrazyDiamond | 5/5 |


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