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FEELS GOOD TO ME

Bill Bruford

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.92 | 133 ratings

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snobb
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3 stars First Bruford solo album consists of traditional fusion,kind of RTF style. Very professional, melodic, with horn section and some vocal.

This music is really far away from his work in Yes or KC. But for fusion lovers it is nice album, even if some of them wouldn't be very happy with Peacock voice. For me she sounds sometimes as early Gong singing, but it is a question of taste.

Most impressive thing on this CD for me is perfect Holdsworth guitar work. It realy makes the music much more different and attractive. Bruford's drumming is very competent, but as for me isn't individual or attractive enough just to catch your ears.

All in all, very competent fusion CD of it's time. Even it's a little bit too light and sounds a bit polished for me, I think bigger part of fusion fans will like it.

snobb | 3/5 |

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