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Dean Watson


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.82 | 52 ratings

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4 stars Dean Watson is a multi instrumentalist fuzion artist from Canada, releasing his first solo album this year in summer. The album entitled Unsettled is a great journey in jazz fusion world. Before this album he also participated on Where's The Nine colaborating with known musician from this field. Back to Unsettled, I was very pleasent surprise from the beggining, great guitar elements combined in a great manner with fantastic keybords arrangements, also great druming, all this elements are made by one person Dean Watson, he playes at all instruments involved here and the result is excellent. All pieces are winners, not a boring moment here. From up tempo tunes where Watso share his great skills on any instrument he playes, to a more laid back moments, he is always great. For ex DIP is a great jazz fusion piece where Deat Watson mean business in this field, great catchy tune, groovy with blistering and inventive keybords. Very good album, maybe little known in prog rock circles, but for sure desearve a better view. One of the most enjoyble albums from fusion I've liste recently , together with Relocator and another few releases from this year. 4 stars for Unsettled, a great example from today where skills meets inventivness in agreat manner. Recommended.

b_olariu | 4/5 |


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