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FEELS GOOD TO ME

Bill Bruford

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.92 | 136 ratings

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Tarcisio Moura
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4 stars Althoug I can not consider miyself a big Jazz rock/fusion specialist or even great fan I could not help but to write an on line review about my fav drummer in the world, specially his solo debut. To me no one has ever came close to Bruford´s creativeness and technique. The man is absolutely awsome! And for the record itself, with sideman with the caliber of an Allan Holdsworth and Dave Stewart, amog others, how he could do wrong? His use of tuned percussion like the sylophone and the marimba is amazing!

Feels Good To Me will please less damanding progheads. Not really symphonic but this is prog music indeed. Annete Peacock´s vocals get some used to before you enjoy it (it seesm it was recorded too much up front). She sounds a lot like Curved Air´s Sonja Kristina, making thsi album even more attactive to me and other fans of that band.

Unlike many jazz rock bands Feels Good To Me never goes too far out in dissonance or pointless jams, solos and themes. I found it very interesting and a nice surprise. Lots of tasteful jazzy, but melodic, stuff. Varied and classy. Feels good to me too. Recommended! Solid 4 stars.

Tarcisio Moura | 4/5 |

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