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IRON KIM STYLE

Iron Kim Style

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.17 | 8 ratings

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Gooner
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3 stars Mostly improvised jazz rock fusion. The first track _Mean Streets of Pyongyang_ is very reminiscent of the live Miles Davis album DARK MAGUS. If you enjoy Miles Davis's fusion period from '70-'75(especially the extreme improvisational side) then this one is a no brainer. A lot of trumpet, but no keyboards. This is a great companion album to the amazing album by Moraine called MANIFEST DENSITY. Iron Kim Style features guitarist Dennis Rea from the band Moraine. Don't expect anything similar to Moraine other than guitar tone. As mentioned, this is entirely improvised but highly enjoyable. Fans of Sonny Sharrock, live Miles Davis, Weather Report (I Sing The Body Electric) and even mid-period Nucleus would enjoy. A great debut and recommended for the adventurous listener.
Gooner | 3/5 |

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