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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.78 | 9 ratings

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4 stars For some strange reason I found myself in Buffalo in late 1992, an Australian tourist with my beautiful wife and observed that Gamalon were playing at some local bar. We were doing the tourist thing and going to Niagra Falls the next day. So we went to the bar got some chicken wings, the locals commented on our accents and I was subsequently blown away.

It still remains to this day one of the most amazing guitar driven fusion gigs I have ever witnessed. Simply amazing stuff. I still remember the more technical side of one of the guitar players as opposed to this behemoth of a Jimmy Page influence with immaculate chops who played a more blusey style that combined Morse, Page, Blackmore and ultimately himself. Both guitar players set up the night along with the violin player, bassist and drums.

It was one of my fondest memories of visiting the U.S. Just an amazing moment.

So this is not really a review but hey thanks for the memories Gamalon

blunt | 4/5 |


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