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Tony Spada


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.95 | 9 ratings

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4 stars Albums like THE HUMAN ELEMENT are more and more rare!WHY/Because it's so difficult-in my humble opinion-to compose almost 45 minutes of music at such hig level of inspiration and to offer to the amateurs of the genre a compact album with no weak pointsThat's what TONY SPADA did with THE HUMAN ELEMENT!It's jazz rock,it's fusion,it's progressive and it's symphonic in the same time too!!!What else can we ask for? Brilliant,crystal clear production for an album made by a real pro which deliver here his huge talent on an album that plenty worth to be in the collection of any instrumental jazz rock music fan!ROB GOTTFRIED and TONY CASTELLANO are giving a strong hand to TONY to push the boundaries of an instrumental album close to perfection!Of course,we cannot avoid the comparation with Steve Morse,which is still a major influence for Mr Spada,but our hero has his own personality and compositional there is nothing more to say!Difficult to put in evidence one or two particular songs,let's say that the hightlights of the album are INTRUDERS and MILE HIGH,but the other are stellar too!Pure musical wizzardry! Check the new HOLDING PATTERN 2007 cd -BREAKING THE SILENCE and you'll discover Tony Spada at a new atomic componistic level !A revelation! 4,5 STARS for a masterful album!
Ovidiu | 4/5 |


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