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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.95 | 5 ratings

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4 stars "Delta Flora" is the third release from the band HUGHSCORE, with the legendary Hugh Hopper on bass, known from SOFT MACHINE. The music is atmospheric, experimental, floating, well performed and constantly changing with many instrumental passages. Some of the tracks are instrumental while some have beautiful vocals by Elaine di Falco. Maybe the common listener will find the music inaccessible and hard to get into, but the more experienced listeners will surely enjoy it.

The music contains influences from various genres such as Art Rock, Canterbury, Jazz, Progressive rock and RIO. A major part of the compositions is based on Hugh Hoppers magnificent bass playing. My favourite tracks are the opening "Was A Friend", "November", the inaccessible instrumental "Robohop", "Spacelift" and "Based On".

One of the best releases so far this year! A great and highly recommended album for the fastidious listeners!

Greger | 4/5 |


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