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THIRSTY MOON

Thirsty Moon

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.57 | 30 ratings

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Ogilla
5 stars Unique kind of Jazz, weird effects, especially on guitar and keyboards. Lots of 'air' instruments added. Powerfull bass lines, nice drums. Thirsty Moon never sticks to the conventional, instead, seems to just play for themselves, wich can lead you to an enormous appreciation, or a 'fuck this band' kind of feel. Percussions also are a big part of the album, giving that groove to lead you trough the songs without loosing any interest. Saxophone playing is precise, cutting trough your speakers the way I like it. The singer's voice is excellent, fitting really well to the music. Give this a try, and you'll see if you're a 'now that's brilliant job!' kind of person, or a 'damn this is so much crap'. 5 stars to raise the pathetic score people give this album, it's a well-earned 4 stars.
Ogilla | 5/5 |

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