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David Cross - Low Flying Aircraft: Low Flying Aircraft CD (album) cover


David Cross


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.68 | 23 ratings

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3 stars This really is an interesting recording. I don't love it, nor hate it, I'm somewhere in the middle. I'd call this music jazz for sure, I guess I'd label it avant fusion. This album reminds me of King Crimson's Lizard as well as some albums I've heard from Pat Metheny. For me, the flow is herky jerky and the songs don't segue well into one another. I like the album cover a lot, and I also really like the track Poolside. It's always nice to hear acoustic piano in a fusion setting and even with fifty or so listens under my belt I feel there's still room for Low Flying Aircraft to grow on me. The fact that the violin is not the dominant instrument here will keep me coming back.
WFV | 3/5 |


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