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4TH

D.F.A.

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.24 | 59 ratings

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Thierry
4 stars The Italian geniuses are back ! If you like Canterbury rock, DFA (Duty Free Area) is for you. Yes, there are some differences with Hatfield for instance since the stress is put on the guitars rather than the keyboards. The tracks are more virtuous than labyrinthine. But this not a critic. Mostly instrumental, the music is so diverse and merry (this is an Italian band, you know), you never get bored and almost dance because of its groove. A great mixture of jazz and symphonic rock (you'll even find some violin and flute parts). For those who already know this combo, let's say this opus is a bit more jazz rock oriented than the preceding ones. Any way, it's still very good stuff. Well done, lads and grazie per tutti.
Thierry | 4/5 |

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