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THE BEST OF WEATHER REPORT

Weather Report

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.51 | 5 ratings

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Kazuhiro
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3 stars It might be very difficult including selection work to produce the history of WR as the best album. A lot of fans and listeners who praise their brilliant distinguished services exist. And, the creation of reformative music of WR gave width to people's opinions. It might be WR to succeed the creation that Miles Davis did in the 70's to some degree. And, when WR was pursued, people researched the charm of WR. The listener and the critics might have tried to find the meaning of the existence of WR as their charms were researched to some degree. Work to find the precedent to merits and demerits of WR might have been difficult. That is, distinguished services of WR were praised and there was only catching as one shape that only they were able to do. Because it is developed as well as the idea that Miles did, it is guessed to be one pursued shape to have demonstrated the attempt of electronic music satisfactorily. If Jazz and the element of Latin having taken it in no relations in the form of Fusion, too considered knowledge and the technology of the member who succeeded and was related to WR at the same time, it was an act of ultra nature. This album might be the pure, easy, attractive album to know their histories especially though exists a lot of tunes of their representative.
Kazuhiro | 3/5 |

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