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THE BRIGHT SIDE

Zingale

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.38 | 7 ratings

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uribreitman
2 stars Problematic release from two members of the original Zingale lineup. The combined absence of original keyboardist (Adi Weiss) and the violinist (Tony Brower) makes the sound of the album very different. Too many 80's synths, bad singing and mixed-up arrangements make this a disappointing album. Most of the tracks are unbalanced, suffering from low production values and too many sampled instruments. I wouldn't even call this a Zingale album, but the other band members have not objected so far. If you want the real Zingale, go for the Peace album from 1977. The debut had the 70's feel, the cute melodies and the jazz-fusion element. What's left is a release which can be avoided with ease.

uribreitman | 2/5 |

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