Guadalquivir - Guadalquivir CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.64 | 24 ratings

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3 stars This obviously rare and obscure band named after a Spanish river has been added just recently to the site, but unfortunately without any biography and review. The only info I could find in the web was, that they were from Andalusia and personally related to Triana. Their debut here was probably their best effort, quite nice jazz fusion with a rather strong influence by flamenco, but unfortunately (at least for my taste) more towards the smooth end of jazz. Highlights are the self-titled opener and El Manglis, the rest of the album is quite nice as well, but anything really exciting to be expected from them. Overall a nice and enjoyable album if one likes flamenco influenced jazz rock, but not essential at all. Only if you're a huge lover of this kind of music and of related band Triana, you might check it out. I think good for 3 stars!
hdfisch | 3/5 |


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