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Blue Effect (Modrý Efekt)


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.34 | 184 ratings

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Marty McFly
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5 stars That Radim Hladík is Czech Steve Howe ? That bass is very great here ? Let's see if these rumours are true.

Partially, this is very symphonic album. Not like their 1975 one which is great too, but in different way. Here, you can enjoy every sound produced, close your eyes and dream. You won't even notice that second track is Czech (in fact dialect of Czech, Moravian language) folklore song, performed in "this" style. Well, maybe it's Slovakian (they're very similar). I was little bit afraid of last track, so called epic. But even first minutes were not masterpiece, towards the end, it become one of the most original (so new sound), but still interesting LP side.

5(-) guys, one of the best of Czech 70's, but I wasn't expecting less from Modrý Efekt.

Marty McFly | 5/5 |


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