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Medeski Martin & Wood


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.10 | 12 ratings

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3 stars Musicianship technique never was a strong part of this trio. But They often are really interesting because of ideas, unusual mixes and experimentation. Unhappily, this album lacks almost all their strong parts.

If trio's previous work was deep excurse into acid-jazz territory but with interesting sound and styles mixes, this one is straight commercially oriented work. Lounge-jazz, acid jazz - whatever you want, safe sound, no experiments. Pleasant, but simple sound, a bit boring use of vintage Hammond, terrible drumming ( on the level of drumming machine) in many places. Simplistic and openly commercial cocktail oriented to wide inexperienced listener. Or better - oriented to sales.

To be honest, I don't know, how successful commercially was this album, but for sure it has very limited attraction for prog listener. But still a pleasant music in moments.

snobb | 3/5 |


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