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Dezo Ursiny


Crossover Prog

4.30 | 42 ratings

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5 stars Sang entirely in Slovak, this was the first album Ursiny cut in 5 years. It has a strong jazz rock feel to it, as both the drummer and bass player on the record were members of the Slovak jazz rock band Fermáta, wihere they were featured on the first two albums.

Vtáci A miniature. Dramatic, with great work from the already mentioned rhytm section and a fine intro to the album. 5 stars

Ostrov Begins with a dark piano and hypnotic vocals from Ursiny. Soon, the rhytm section joins in and the track develops its dramaticism further. A faster part follows, with great rhytm section work and sparse piano playing from Jaroslav Filip. After a saxophone solo, a more relaxed and melodic passage follows, with a sharp culminating passage, after which another more hypnotic part follows, concluded with a jazzy piano solo by Jaroslav Filip and then several of the motifs come back. A marvelous track, with a unique atmosphere and melodies. 5 stars

Privretými očami Again, the beginning is marked by a piano, although this time it is a Fender piano. Ursiny´s singing is perfectly hypnotic. The flute plays a main role in the overal sound, contrasting with the atmosphere. Soon, the track gets faster and also more dynamic, with perfect drumming from Cyril Zeleňák,with Ursiny´s singing and fast harpsichord playing from Jaroslav Filip. Then the hypnotic , atmospheric part comes again. 5 stars

Nové dieťa A less interesting, midtempo track with pulsating bass, but a somewhat weaker melody, but the middle part with its dramaticism and dark mood and Ursiny´s singing are very impressive. 4 stars

Jedného dňa After a dark intro, the track gets into a slightly slower and relaxed passage, after which the dark brass section comes in again, and the track becomes faster and the mood becomes dramatical, with an intensive conclusion, with a n abrupt ending that makes the overal dramatical mood even more. 5 stars

Overall rating: 5 STARS


Peto | 5/5 |


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