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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.06 | 8 ratings

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3 stars Debut EP from Estonian band Kaseke. Young guys, started as punk-band Propeller, which was disbanded under Soviet authorities pressure, returned back with excellent jazz-fusion (ok, without vocals, so lyrics wasn't problem anymore).Just four songs, 15 minutes - but very tasteful and well balanced fusion, on a best traditions of such bands as Fermata. No soloists, but professional combination of keyboards, soft, but energetic electric guitar and flute, strong melodies, good sound balance.

The band released just one studio album later, and was disbanded again. But what they left is perfect examples of Estonian jazz fusion on it's best.

P.S. Some years later this EP both together with their only studio album were released as one CD.

snobb | 3/5 |


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