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Tony Levin


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.62 | 78 ratings

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5 stars Jesus CHRIST! This is one of the best things I have heard in quite awhile. The chops are beyond reproach, and I can truly say that I have rarely ever heard Alan White play like this. Tony goes for broke, and Torn does that he does best, which is create canvases of guitar sound. The songs sound like they were improvisations, or based on small motifs that they them just riffed on. I have no fixed favorites yet, but to my mind they are all inter-related. Musically, it could be (sort of) described as Crimson-ish ECM noise jazz with John Lennon's drummer! (ha ha). White is the real deal here. As I said, I have not heard him play like this forever! And certainly not this kind of music! You guys (and Girls) are gonna LOVE it! 5 stars!
boe_a | 5/5 |


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