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Larry Coryell


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.69 | 27 ratings

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3 stars This album continues in the vein of the previous one with traces of psychedelia, rock, blues and jazz. "Sex" is a particularly wild explosive track with excellent guitar soloing. "Beautiful Woman" is a beautiful mellow lo-fi track with jazz-rock guitar, a typical Coryell feeling of time. The guitar sounds as it can't decide if it should sound jazzy or rocky, in particular when guitar run are done. "The jam with Albert" is clearer - hard rock with clear rhythm and a jam feeling. "Elementary guitar solo #5" has splendid mellow solo guitar. "No one really knows" could be well used 30 years later in 90's acid jazz chord structure be it not for its raw sound. Cool song structure! "Ah wuv ohh" has a terrible name but shining guitar licks, both chords and soloing. Not much jazz here but promising.
sgtpepper | 3/5 |


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