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NEVER PET A BURNING DOG

Doubt

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.23 | 11 ratings

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toroddfuglesteg
3 stars Another good album from Michel Delville........... and a bit difficult to describe for me who has little experience with jazz/fusion. Other reviews has also been more thorough so I will therefore be brief.

This album is pretty attractive for a Soft Machine fan like myself. The same busy, frantic sound is being employed here. Just listen to the very intense third track Over Birkerot with it's guitars. An excellent track and the best on this album. Michel's guitars is being supported by some very busy and intense bass and drums by Alex Maguire and Tony Bianco. I would therefore put this album in the more intense end of the jazz scene............ in the Canterbury Scene in other words. There is something almost metallic over this album.

The quality is pretty great throughout. But after the great first five tracks, the quality drops a bit and fails to live up to the early promise. But this is still a very good album which deserve a large audience. I will also keep an eye on this band.

3.5 stars

toroddfuglesteg | 3/5 |

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