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BLACK LIGHT SYNDROME

Bozzio Levin Stevens

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.78 | 82 ratings

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apps79
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3 stars Very interesting album by these less or more well known prog artists who united their forces in order to create a piece of inspired music...The progression of this album relies mainly on two factors: Firstly it's the different styles of music that we meet during the listening of the disc,beginning from prog rock,going to jazz/fusion with hints of LTE,PLANET X etc. and other DREAM THEATER related projects here and there and finishing with ethnic influences like the spanish guitar and the flamenco oriented ''Duende'' track...Secondly it's the obvious jazz/dark/almost RIO influences coming out of KING CRIMSON's music which dominate almost the whole album...that is of course imposible to avoid since Tony Levin was a member of the band...And it is useless to report that the three musicians did an excellent job with their instruments...A very good album,hardly boring,very adventurous and recommended for fans of prog rock instrumental journeys!3.5 stars...
apps79 | 3/5 |

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