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Guru Guru



4.07 | 97 ratings

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2 stars The fact that this 1972, 3th., GURU GURU album was "edited and produced" does not make it a "Jewel".

Really does it makes it so amazing that his "forced" previous experiments were raw, and this one not. Really? The fact that "GURU GURU" "plays" standard Jazz is so amazing?...BAHH, as if the Gods descended. A cult band that has more "attracted" followers than musical creativity. They play along the lines of their own countrymen "CAN" and other's, standard Prog oriented- JAZZ/Rock rendition's .... Come on guys we are talking about 1972 not 1922. The fact that they played in Germany neither makes this work inclusive, to be rated. At the time Hendrix was physically dead (with 3 albums as legacy), Zappa was more than already known, the "Krautrock" scene already established and PROG reached that year its pinnacle of perfection. Do you remember "Close to the Edge"?

Overrated, if you do not follow the band, and think this "discovery of "standards" of Jazz and Hendrix's renditions or "tributes" are better than the originals.

I paid good money for an overvalued album, because it was made in Germany. **2 PA stars, "for fans of the band" only project.

admireArt | 2/5 |


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