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Demon Fuzz


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.18 | 57 ratings

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3 stars This is what we call an album of pure fusion, a direct fusion between ethnic groups, this group would probably english mention originines music black and white music. Here the Rock merges directly with the Jazz, Rock and A already merged with progressive and Heavy, a Jazz already merged with Afros and Funk music. Demon Fuzz is not content to play, there's song, very good singer. This English group has not had much success, an album ill-conceived, probably done too quickly, otherwise titles are catchy though the public of the time does not hang at all. The singer has a voice halfway between rock and soul, agreeable. The album is full of brass, tenor & soprano saxophones, as well as trombone. There are also a lot of Congas, Organ & Piano, Drums, guitar and bass, and a little flute.
Discographia | 3/5 |


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