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MINORISA

Fusioon

 

Eclectic Prog

3.81 | 49 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars FUSIOON is a Spanish quartet, in the first half of the Seventies they released three albums entitled "Fusioon I" (1972), "Fusioon II" (1974) and "Minorisa" (1975). Their best effort is the third record entitled "Minorisa", containing three long tracks. The first two tracks are an amazing blend of KING CRIMSON, GENTLE GIANT, ELP and even TANGERINE DREAM (flute- Mellotron like the "Phaedra-era") with lots of captivating musical moments, lush keyboards and strong interplay (guitar, keyboards, flute, bass). The third song is a maverick: a kind of sound collage, very electronic like TANGERINE DREAM, SYNERGY and Klaus Schulze with flute Mellotron, all kind of synthesizer sounds and fat Moog runs, a bit weird and not really satisfying end of this good album.
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |

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