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Leb I Sol - I Taka Nataka CD (album) cover


Leb I Sol


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.03 | 8 ratings

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1967/ 1976
3 stars Not Vlatko Stefanovski in line-up but with Bodan Arsovski. This is important and determinant for me.

Certainly Leb I Sol is one of my preferred band but this album not conquest me. This because 'I Taka Nataka' is too modern, for the first and because without Balkan Folk elements in first plan. Good the idea of distorted electric bass but I think that in this case this is an abuse of power that in this album is unnecessary, also if pleasant and beautiful. The great problem is that this album sound too with Rock elements and with few real Jazz elements: more technical Rock with Jazz magic is the style of this album (Certainly the songs are complicated and not Rock...) and this for me is not good. But this is the main ingredient also of old Leb I Sol, also that in the old Leb I Sol the Balkan Folk elements are grafted into the music in a very interesting manner.

Certainly 'I Taka Nataka' is a good album for contemporary Prog standards. But for me 'I Taka Nataka' is too modern. Although interesting and enjoyable while analytically listening.

1967/ 1976 | 3/5 |


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