Tonbruket - Dan Berglundīs Tonbruket CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.15 | 15 ratings

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3 stars Not jazz, not rock, and even not prog, and don't expect too much EST music either. Great opening with Sister Sad, the closest to a prog track. Second track neither does it go anywhere, nor stays with you.You wouldn't miss it if you skip it. Third track , Sailor Waltz , the best track in my opinion, is a melancholic one , starts very good but looses me in the 2nd half . Gi Hop,the 4th track is country style and not only that it doesn't add anything, but it breaks the musical line of the album. Wolverine Hoods is a mixed one, nice piano work, the guitar is too heavy. Monstrous Colossus is a heavy one, didn't like it. Song for E, I presume, is a homage to Esbjorn Svenson, very nice melody in the good EST tradition. Cold Blooded Music sounds like a wailing eastern melody while Waltz For Matilda closes a rather good album but which lacks unity and vision and makes you feel the loss of Esbjorn Svensson even greater.
idlero | 3/5 |


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