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A Triggering Myth


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.52 | 16 ratings

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3 stars Well such an interesting debut album represents all the value as well the defects emerged within this important keyboard duo - consisting of Rick Eddy and Tim Drumheller - during their complex music exploration: anyway thanks to this latter this work is worth the price, regarding of its harmonic aspects as well as the technological Midi interface device. Moreover such device is able to enrich their work by means of fine effects, just broken by occasional passages at the guitar; but the problem is connected with the duration of the songs, sometimes being not completely fitted into their project and a bit uneven too!! The last 14 minutes of this instrumental album are a bit tiring, but of course their excursion into the experimental territory - in the style of Zappa (or according to the mood from Canterbury) - will be developed much better in the last recent albums by ATM, a strong ensemble from Maryland with a couple of important guests , that you won't forget. So at the end the present work is the first unfinished step only... good effort after all and this is the main reason which makes me think of adding an half star at least!
lor68 | 3/5 |


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