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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.68 | 60 ratings

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2 stars Embryo were actually one of the finest german bands to come out of the krautrock explosion of the early seventies mixing some very tight ensemble playing in a jazz fusion combined with eastern modal jam based style. I would highly reccomend their all instrumental albums 'steig aus' and 'rocksession' as two of the best albums of the whole genre. Like much of their other work, this music is charachterized by diverse and exotic eastern improvisations with and fine musicianship throughout but with some of the most toneless, strained and off- key vocals I have ever heard! This truly sounds like a man being poisoned. I cannot in good faith reccomend this ruined album.
| 2/5 |


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