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LEB I SOL

Leb I Sol

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.07 | 60 ratings

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AberDojdeDonke
5 stars This album is an excellent debut from the ultra talented Macedonian Quarter Leb i Sol. The debut album is full of good tunes, crazy solos, great musicianship, and lays the groundwork on which they will build during the next two albums.

The album kicks off with the band's first recorded song, 'Devetka', a jam in 9. It features guitarist Vlatko Stefanovski's bluesy-folky parallel guitar melodies, as well as keyboardist Kokan Dimushevski's chill keyboard solos. The album continues with the INSANE jam 'Pod Vodom', with some fierce soloage again from the keyboard and guitar. Utrinska Tema is a chill progressive song now featuring acoustic guitar and vocals. 'Kokoska' ('hen' in english) is a classic crazy jam that goes through all sorts of phases, and is some of Stefanovski's finest early work. Nisam Tvoj is a way-chill jazzy song with vocals, featuring the classic Leb i Sol middle section laid back jam. The rest of the album is also excellent, but the first half contains the more classic songs. In particular I think the last track, Damar is very melodic and one of their richer songs. Pesma o Sonji H... takes a lot of listens but is ultimately a symphonic treat.

This album is an essential addition to any prog lover's music collection!

AberDojdeDonke | 5/5 |

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