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RUCNI RAD

Leb I Sol

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.28 | 35 ratings

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ljubaspriest
5 stars Vlatko Stefanovski always pointed to Allan Holdsworth as a huge influence on his guitar playing.This album,more than any other Leb i sol offering,clearly shows this influence.Band is clearly at their peak here, leaning more toward jazz side of fusion(Bruford's"One of a kind"comes to mind)."Rebus",second cut,is highlight,showing virtuosic skills of a band members ,with both Dimusevski's and Stefanovski's excellent piano and electric guitar solos."Hogar"is another high point,while "Put u vedro" and "Verni pas" are almost pure jazz explorations employing tenor and alto sax of veteran jazz -pro Milivoj Markovic.Unlike first two albums,production is little bit muddy,but overall sound is very powerfull.From this point on,Leb i sol began slowly to distance themselves from their jazz-rock/fusion roots and absorbing more of a straight rock sound in search of a more commercial appeal.Still,all three first albums are essential listening and are highly reccomended.

ljubaspriest | 5/5 |

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