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Blue Effect (Modrư Efekt; M. Efekt) - Svět Hledačů CD (album) cover

SVěT HLEDAčů

Blue Effect (Modrư Efekt; M. Efekt)

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.30 | 81 ratings

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fusionfreak
5 stars Even if as some say jazz fusion lacks here(I'm the first to regret it)I rapidly managed to find stuff to enjoy and what a stuff!The whole album(except appalling bonus tracks in the same vein as Depeche Mode)is pure symphonic progressive music with a cosmic vibe.Moreover to me it advocates for freedom because it's too sensitive and progressive for propaganda(vocals are simply outstanding) and no censorship can stop Radim Hadlik's guitar.Keyboards by Lesek Semelka and Oldritch Vesely are really fine too alongside Vlado Cech steady drumming.Tracks 4 and 5 really are my favourite. I don't see any shortcomings moreover it was recorded at a time when prog masters such as Yes were releasing crap and prog in general was seen as easy listening music or music deprived of feelings. Check this out!
fusionfreak | 5/5 |

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