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Boud Deun


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.48 | 12 ratings

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3 stars BOUD DEUN were a jJazz-Prog outfit that achieved so much in little time.Formed at the start of 1994 in Warrenton,North Virginia, the four members had their first gig at the summer of the same year.Driving forces were guitarist composer Shawn Pesinger and bassist/composer Matt Eiland. Violinist Greg Hiser and drummer Rocky Cancelose completed the line-up.In 1995 BOUD DEUN release their debut ''Fiction and several days'' on their own E.H.P. Label... sweet keyboards or melodic stuff to be found in here.''Fiction and several days'' is a powerful,energetic and creative album,which steps both in Jazz-Fusion and Progressive Rock grounds.The style of the band is trully complex:rapid guitar solos trade with complicated jazzy bass lines and violin grooves lead their sound to the bass/guitar interplays.The beautiful energetic rhythms are reminiscent of THE DIXIE DREGS with a little of MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA thrown in,while the guitar work of Pesinger is very complex,often recalling ROBERT FRIPP to mind, and their powerful approach to rock remind me of the Polish band ANKH.You'll find yourself a bit difficult to follow their musicianship from the very first listen.''Fiction and several days'' is on the top in terms of complexity,thus it won't be every prog fan's taste.Those who search for some melody,try somewhere else.BOUD DEUN head to listeners with some lust for intricate and complicated music.A quite strong debut.

apps79 | 3/5 |


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