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DEN ZA DEN

Den Za Den

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.02 | 15 ratings

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In the Flesh?
4 stars An interesting fusion album, released in a bad moment. When Den za Den showed up on the Yugoslav scene, punk and new wave started to control the music scene. Aside from that, Leb i Sol (arguably the best Yugoslav fusion band) appeared with their first two albums, both of which can be called 'masterpieces'. In that climate, the sole album by Den za Den was released and simply passed by many music fans unnoticed. However, it has some really great elements. Unlike Leb i Sol's albums, this one is completely instrumental. I recommend songs like 'Zedj' (Thirst), 'Ciganka' (Gypsy), 'Vodopad' (Waterfall) and a short drum solo 'Cokor ritam'. A very good album that may be of interest to jazz-rock collectors.
In the Flesh? | 4/5 |

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