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SÕNUM

Kaseke

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.03 | 6 ratings

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loserboy
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3 stars Instrumental progressive rock fusion from Estonia with truely authentic sound ranging from Jazz (aka UZEB) to classic rock (aka DEEP PURPLE) to classic prog (KING CRIMSON). Essentially "Poletus" (Burning) was their first album released back in 1981 with "Sönum" representing their EP, released in 1983. Instrumentally songs are aggressive but quite comprehensible with great instrumental interplay and diverse time changes. Immediately recognizable is their twin guitarists Riho Sibul (Ex-IN SPE) & Ain Vapts, and the magical flute of Peeter Malkov who brings a certain balanced dimension to this music. Keyboards are contributed throughout by a number of different members who all compliment the album with solid performances throughout. For those who like their prog jazzy and full of fusion elements will most certainly dig KASEKE's music.
loserboy | 3/5 |

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