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Dixie Dregs


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.18 | 209 ratings

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5 stars Great, stunnining music, superb compositions. It's a really unique blend of prog rock and jazz fusion. The songwriting is varied and inspired, musicianship is outstanding, the result is a masterpiece to me. All tracks are fine and well played but odyssey is the highlight here, superb and very fresh sound.The duel between Morse's guitar and the key are really great. You could swear this is not an album from'78, the sound, production is excelent, made this album sounds like one of the '90. All in all i recommend this one not only for jazz-fusion fans, but to every one who enjoy musical skills at the highest level.One of the top bands from jazz fusion and one highly aclaimed by any serious prog listner. This album stands today pretty well after 3 decades. recommended , one of the most acomlished albums of the late '70's. 5 stars without hesitation and one of my fav albums ever from prog music.
b_olariu | 5/5 |


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