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LIVE FROM OZ

Planet X

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.61 | 35 ratings

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torro
4 stars When great musician collaboration to found a band, wether the album will great too ? No guarantee. But when Tony Macalpine, Virgil Donati and Derek Sherinian collaborate to found a band call Planet X, off course great album is a fact. On this review, I will review live album from Planet X, Live from Oz.

One thing should not to forgotten, listener will catch nuance of live album if they hear interactive communication among musician and audience . My self can not hear those nuance on this album. True, all compositions are instrumental, but communication with the audience is a must to result a dynamic live album.

On this live album, expertise of three guys showing when solo done. Meanwhile when they plays composition, they've merge as unity. All composition on this album, dominated by jazz sounds join together with progressive rock. Seriously, a nice combination.

Finally, my opinion to this album: Live from Oz is exciting live album, and Planet X deserves FOUR STARS (****) for their performance. torro-karawang-indonesia.

torro | 4/5 |

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