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A GO GO

John Scofield

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.22 | 13 ratings

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Kazuhiro
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3 stars The music character of John Scofield and flexibility might be especially the points in a variety of jazz musicians that should make a special mention. Especially, the ability to catch an element of New Orleans Funk and a certain kind of POP that John Scofield likes and folk music well and to reflect in own music might be overwhelming.

Part that he takes to expression method further acknowledging item of Jazz to say nothing of it enough. It will be able to be guessed that the system obediently accepted is always straightened even by the genre of a different vector. It might be in the contribution and the bump style to Jam Band Scene that John Scofield was gradually establishing it as a result at this time. This album can be enumerated as a work that remarkably shows it.

The union of John Scofield and MMW in this album will not be coincidence. Uniting the announcement of the work and the vector as Jam Band in Gramavision makes this combination an embodiment as a result and has both forms of very comprehensible John Scofield plus3.

The music character that John Scofield always pursued, and absorption and openingOr, the motto out which MMW hangs. It was to have expressed the style of a former Jazz musician interpreting it depending on oneself. The member of MMW was making remarks that Jazz had always to change in the age. It is guessed that music to express as music that the musician including John Scofield naturally derived while taking a variety of music characters always exists in a word. In it, it might be a well-known fact to conceive a peculiar happening of Jazz by accident in the flow that the necessity and music are constructed.

This album is said that it is assumed beforehand that John Scofield competes with MMW and John Scofield wrote all tunes for this combination. Music that can indeed feel the necessity overflows in it if it listens to this album. Neither the expression as Funk Jazz nor their Jive have the border.

Kazuhiro | 3/5 |

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