kRé - Ruido Domestico CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.59 | 7 ratings

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Rainer Rein
3 stars Attention - this is incredible instrumental electric fusion from Venezuela! Guitar-bass-drums trio with some excellent guests (cello, saxophone, Rhodes-electric piano, synthesizer).

KRé has maybe little musical relationship with Red-era King Crimson (sometimes Robert Fripp becouse of his soundscapes), Soft Machine... But the music sounds quite originally. Guitar sound, not playing, reminds me sometimes a bit Jeff Beck or Bill Frisell. Personally I have two real faves on this record: Ruido Domestico (athmospheric soundscape with cello and synth, no drums) and Ornamento (final monument with all guest-participants).

All in all - lovely and not tame music (3,5 stars really)!

Rainer Rein | 3/5 |


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