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TIME MACHINE

Dzyan

 

Krautrock

3.75 | 64 ratings

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oliverstoned
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4 stars Each one of the three Dzyan albums is different. While the first one is of English inspiration, with much vocals and an obvious canterburyan influence, the last one, "Electric silence" is in the best german cosmic tradition. "Time machine" is somewhere between. The first piece is a "worldprog"/ indoprog cosmic masterpiece. The album's following is in a more canterburyan vein, a highly technical jazzrock (purely instrumental) of the best level, very impressive. It's probably their best album in term of production as well. A success.
oliverstoned | 4/5 |

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