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Patrick Moraz


Crossover Prog

2.56 | 55 ratings

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2 stars Patrick Moraz once played a great music with Yes. But after he left the band, his musical career went different ways. That album is one of many examples.

First of all, it is pop album. OK, professionaly made pop album spiced with some art-pop arrangements. Yes, you can find there some jazzy tunes, plenty of latin/bossanova moments. All music is sunny, well rounded and fits to some holyday commercial on TV.

Moraz are classicaly trained keyboardist, and you can feel it there. Latino rhythm sections does its job well again. But all music atmosphere is absolutely below any progresive rock standard. Even Santana in his pop-Latin soul period played more inspired music. There you have an album, which could be perfectly used for back-up sound during your lunch in good, but not expensive restaurant.

snobb | 2/5 |


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