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Bill Bruford - Master Strokes: 1978-1985 CD (album) cover

MASTER STROKES: 1978-1985

Bill Bruford

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.52 | 27 ratings

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Joćo Paulo
4 stars A nice album to listen to, where jazz fusion predominates. Despite the sound of keyboards is a little bit exaggerated and harmonious, (gives the idea that the keyboardist wanted to show off before other elements), there are moments of great quality. We can appreciate the virtuosity of his own besides Bill Bruford, the speed of execution of Allan Holdsworth on guitar The incursion of the Bill Bruford Jazz fusion was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the performances and production. Its passage through different styles, Yes, King Crimson, gave him a remarkable preparation as a performer and as a drum maker and composer, holding an enviable quality and very difficult to achieve. This is a good album to listen carefully, because despite being a compilation, not boring for the listener, rather, is worthy of being appreciated. 4 stars for lovers of jazz fusion
Joćo Paulo | 4/5 |

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