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GIRO DI VALZER PER DOMANI

Arti e Mestieri

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.82 | 78 ratings

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wooty
5 stars This amazing fusion album is frequently neglected in reference to the amazing debut 'Tilt', however, not only is this a logical development from the debut, but in many respects it is a superior album. Led by the astounding, stupendous, almost inhumanly creative and dexterous percusion of Furio Chirico, who is dominate in the album mixing, the greatest attribute, however, is actually probably the hook laden instrumental choruses and progressive themes evoking a joyous mediteranian sense of melody and color. Their is actually a wide variety of changes and instrumental diversity including predominantly violin and guitar but enhanced with multiple keys, bass, and saxophone. I would even argue that this is much more a progressive album than fusion considering the complexity of the arrangements; each instrument performing a complicated and individual function giving the composition a full and well rounded dexterity. This is truly a well rehearsed, tight, and accomplished band that performes with the highest degree of excellence throughout.
wooty | 5/5 |

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