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LEVIN, TORN, WHITE

Tony Levin

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.62 | 75 ratings

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ProgShine
2 stars In the Progressive Rock World pretty much everybody know Tony Levin and Alan White. The first one has been playing with thousands of different bands like King Crimson, Peter Gabriel, Liquid Tension Experiment, and not just that, he has played over 500 album in his career as a session musician. The later have been playing with Yes since 1972. David Torn is the 'unknown' guy in the mix.

For those who read my reviews and know me will not come as a surprise that this album is hard for me to 'swallow'. It's always like that in the Jazz Fusion Prog Instrumental world for me. Bands and musicians that try too hard to show off their abilities in their instruments but forget the melodies are always in my black list.

Levin Torn White (2011) was released by Tony Levin label Lazy Bones Records in September 2011. The digital album was sent to me by their manager, and this was a good thing, I guess, I hate to listen to albums to review in MP3, but some albums? well, they would not be listened again anyway. So, MP3 it is. To be honest with you Levin Torn White (2011) isn't all bad, but it's one of that albums that you listen when it's released and then gets lost in the shadows of time? deservedly.

ProgShine | 2/5 |

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