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CORYELL

Larry Coryell

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.53 | 9 ratings

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Kazuhiro
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3 stars I feel some albums that this Larry Coryell made in the item of Jazz/fusion at the time of Vanguard there are a lot of very reformative elements. As for it, the listener will feel the element of Rock at this time and the element of psychedelic remarkable. Coryell that placed "Lady Coryell" announced at the same time and had digested with this album in the age submitted the perfection as a certain answer in continuing album "Spaces". Generally, Spaces of the work of Coryell at this time might be famous. And, the item of Jazz/fusion had a lot of musicians who took various elements to the music that relied on one road that Miles in the 70's advocated and derived. And, it might be Coryell to have submitted it most remarkably at this time. The performance and the sensibility of this Coryell are guessed also for Phil Miller of Hatfields to have been influenced. It is spoken that fact Phil listened to Coryell well. It might be too regrettable to catch this album as an attempt before "Spaces" reaches music with which the throb feeling overflows and the tension. As for the drum of Bernard Purdie, the style is already consistent and the Play is good at this time with Bass of Ron Carter and Chuck Raney each other. As for the situation in this age of the musician who participated in the recording, some music character might have looked like directionality. Making the electronic sound comes to expand the frame of Jazz/Fusion from the tohubohu at the same time as symbolizing the age.

Hard..complete..tune..this..age..suitable..mellow..impression..give..movie..drama..theme..beco me..anacatesthesia..drift.「Ah Wuv Ooh」

Album Art might be a photograph of the family of Coryell. The theme and the age of this album might be symbolized. The work in the age of Vanguard is one of the symbols of Coryell that takes various elements and challenges to these albums.

Kazuhiro | 3/5 |

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