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AND IT CAME TO PASS

Warm Dust

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.43 | 26 ratings

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kingdhansak
3 stars Debut album from these obscure UK progsters. Certainly a gamble putting out this much material as a debut set, but there we go. Fitting into the somewhat broad catergory of jazz/fusion, there is plenty of brass and woodwind here. Being a 6 piece, what I'd simply call a big band. Lots to appeal to prog fans here, lengthy numbers, unusual tempo changes and some experimental passages. Vocals have a kind of soulful feel to them. The star of the show must go to keyboard player Paul Carrack who delivers many complex and funky passages throughout. The only drawback is most compositions are not terribly memorable. They seem to have a lack of structure and focus. However, as said the musicisanship is great, so plenty to appeal.
kingdhansak | 3/5 |

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