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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.59 | 22 ratings

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4 stars Here is an amazing example of what happens when guitar prog fusion riffs goes genius, and along with it there is an inspired team of drummer, bassist and synth players. Even though the compositions intend to give plenty of space to the guitar, it's easy to notice the width of the abilities and techniques of the other musicians. Elaborate and surprising harmonies, and also some different noises, notes and tones made by all of them gives this an uniqueness on the genre. I'd say that they put together the structure of jazz-rock prog, but using some spicy seasonings of canterbury musical school.

There are vocals only on one track, Salem.

4,7 stars for side A, more prog-rock oriented, 4,1 for side B, it has more jazz elements.

arymenezes | 4/5 |


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