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RUCNI RAD

Leb I Sol

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.28 | 36 ratings

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petrica
4 stars

An interesting band name: Leb I Sol(in English Bread and Salt) which reminds me of a certain habit in my country. When we have some guests from other places we greet them and give them to eat bread and salt on a dish (usually the person who's doing this is dressed in a traditional costume). I'm wondering if the desired meaning was this one. As far as I read until know it seems yes.

What we have here: some very good musicians considering how they know to play their instruments. This is their third album. Except the first song on which the voice is also present the other songs are instrumentally. The music is very enjoyable and melodic (especially on Kumova Slama which is my favorite song from this release). The technicality is very well demonstrated on the third song Hogar but not only.

The influences are somehow evident from the entire spectrum of the jazz-rock/fusion artists form the '70. But this doesn't mean that this is a bad copy. Instead every song is a good composition. The quality of the songs is very homogeneous which it is a feature hard to accomplish and that's why I consider this to be a strong point.

Finally my recommendation would be to check out this band because they really made some good moments with their releases (maybe this one the best from them).

petrica | 4/5 |

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