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Trey Gunn - Invisible Rays (with Morgan Ågren and Henry Kaiser) CD (album) cover


Trey Gunn


Eclectic Prog

2.95 | 11 ratings

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4 stars This was a welcome record indeed. Lots of angular rythms and heavy jams keeps this record jumping all the way through. This is not your common progressive jazz-rock record. It is much less polished than the term jazz-rock indicates. Instead it is a adventurous progressive jam.

I have really enjoyed the two records provided by the Stick Men lately, and there are similarites to these records, particularly the throbbing all-present soaring basslines provided by Gunn. A little less polished, but that is not a bad thing at all.

With KC (or nearly KC) providing a such mellow album as "Scarcity of Miracles" it is really good to hear that former (and still) members of that mighty beast are throwing caution to the wind in their other collaborations and brewing up storms for us to enjoy.

zbambus | 4/5 |


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