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Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.24 | 101 ratings

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4 stars What a pleasant surprise! Debut album of Italian band sounds very ... "non-Italian"! Differently from very melodic, well arranged, polished and symphonic music so characteristic for Italian bands, this album sounds as slightly psychedelic Canterbury release (influenced by Hancock 's Mwandishi spacey fusion). Excellent electric piano, plenty of almost free form sax soloing, well balanced, but experimental sound...

During last few days I listen it again and again. Can't believe - such a nice music! I never heard this name before, and now I just enjoy this rare release, coming from early 70-s. Great electric violin sound - experimental, not predictable as you heard from JL Ponty or Michal Urbaniak. Ascetic guitar - but always in place, excellent jazzy drumming. In many moments their music reminds early Weather Report works (but with electric guitar added).

Almost masterpiece - very recommended for 70-s experimental fusion lovers!

My rating is 4+!

snobb | 4/5 |


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