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JAN GARBAREK GROUP: IT'S OK TO LISTEN TO THE GRAY VOICE

Jan Garbarek

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.52 | 12 ratings

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leonardoferretti
5 stars Dear mother, what is this? What a greath album. We for sure have to cope with could be named as "prog", I know, but the sound really seams to Mark Ishan soundtrack, "beast of war" from de eighties movie, way better I can add.

It's just har pick one, as the entire album is so good, but we kept these two:

side 1 - With "withe noise of forgetfullness", we begins our progressive journey, so hipnotic it is.You can submerge sligthly in a warm ocean of a distant planet, or escape rapidly form the mediocracy of our times in Brazil, 2021 for example.

side 2 - In a tune as "mission: to be where I am" the sound turns you back, from where did you go, lik some kind of organic symphony, that is what best describes the entire "oeuvre majeure", in wich we have the accept, each music working as a team in a Bach's work.

So it explains why do you fell this way after finishing the audition, with "saudade" like we say in portuguese.

leonardoferretti | 5/5 |

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