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Dezo Ursiny - Dezo Ursiny & Ivan Strpka: Na Ceste Domov CD (album) cover


Dezo Ursiny


Crossover Prog

3.21 | 10 ratings

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3 stars Again an album with some long tracks, there are only four of them in total.

Na ceste do nahoty A midtempo track,once again very hypnotizing, rhytm with a steady rhytm section, although the track is too much based on the concept of Stav vecí from Zelená, and it also a lot more repetitive, with no breathtaking and evocative passages. The only parts which bring a new element to the track are solos by Jiří Stivín. 2 stars

Suchý dážď a relaxed, jazzy, midtempo number with a lovely deep voice from Ursiny and a playful melody. Jaroslav Filip adds some nice, minimalistic touches on his Fender piano. The track gets even a trumpet solo by guest Juraj Bartoš. A fine track, something rare for Ursiny 5 stars

Na ceste domov The title track. The opening Fender piano lines repeating over and over are ripped off of Ursiny´s own Vodná veža, and the track features something like a peeping electronic device (I am not sure what instrument it is), which is very disturbing. At least it is not present too long, as Richard Kroczek gets to the forefront and plays a great solo on electric violin. The rhytm section is perfect on this track, with steady beats and pulsating bass, but it does not really help the track. A somewhat lighter motif comes in after a few minutes, but it does not really bring anything that would broaden the track. and soon the melody with the peeping sound comes again. 1 star

Neviditeľný spevák A relaxed midtempo track based on latino rhytm from the drums and minimalistic, but very nice Fender piano from Jaroslav Filip again, that gets somewhat more evocative and darker in the mood, without any other instruments added. Ursiny finally plays a guitar solo again, and it´s a great one, just as the whole track. The number then returns to the opening motif. 5 stars

Overal rating: 3 stars

GOOD, BUT NON- essential

Peto | 3/5 |


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