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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.97 | 33 ratings

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4 stars "All You Can Eat" is a great instrumental album bordering on classic. Slivovitz have their own unique sound based on Jazz/Classical/Rock/Funk/Blues elements. Influences that I can detect are Weather Report, Return to Forever, early Stanley Clarke, the jazzier side of Steely Dan and the like. Each piece of music is written with careful attention to structure and melody but allowing room for just enough improvisation. These guys can play, be it written on paper or flowing from their minds. The music is beautifully melodic ("Hangover"), humorously complex ("Barotrauma") with elements of tight, slippery funk ("Passanante") and their use of harmonica in this genre is truly ground breaking. To my ears their sound is "clean", the only distortion effects used sparingly are on the guitar.

If any of the group happen to be reading this I must certainly take the opportunity to say Thank You to all of them from the part of my essence that needs the beauty of music to help me get through this thing called life.

schizoidman | 4/5 |


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