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Companyia Elèctrica Dharma - L'Àngel De La Dansa CD (album) cover

L'ÀNGEL DE LA DANSA

Companyia Elèctrica Dharma

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.19 | 7 ratings

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poito
3 stars The Dharma abandoned here the street sound and enters the studio. Paradoxically, though the sound is more professional, it tastes less appealing than in former albums. It may be that the soprano sax is not well suited for jailing; or perhaps we were used to go after the band marching the streets dancing and jumping. Spite of the overall dancing spirit, I miss the freshness of the former albums. The music is still well crafted, composed and inspired; no problem with that; the themes still have folk-ethnic-festive airs, maybe a bit too much for a general audience, in fact they've almost suppressed here the jazz fusion. There are some winks to pop/rock sounds in Sants Impotents, the keys get more varied with piano and synths, and the bass get much more relevance than before. Some tracks remind me of the Yeehaaa dancing themes in uncle's Tom stable, (funny links, uh?) as the title album track that has some nice keys in the background.
poito | 3/5 |

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