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NI VENT... NI NOUVELLE

Maneige

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.04 | 89 ratings

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Joćo Paulo
5 stars A beautiful album from a Canadian band from seventies. Classified as a fusion jazz band, I think that have lots of calm and spacey parts with lots of flute and classic guitar sounds. This album is a fusion of several styles, without the predominance of one. Excellent work as musical and full of virtuosity, that made a very important part of great progressive rock made in Canadį in seventies. Not in Harmonium vein but it is not inferior to those. This album had several tools in their design such as saxophones, violins, cellos, which despite the classics to make modern music. It has few moments of improvisation unlike many jazz fusion groups, but even these moments are very melodious and nothing exaggerated. We are facing a masterpiece of the seventies, with a complex sound but very pleasing to the ear. The quality of the musicians and their high performance make this album deserves 5 ​​stars. Required for those who like to collect prog rock of the seventies
Joćo Paulo | 5/5 |

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