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Tony Levin


Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.71 | 30 ratings

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4 stars "Waters Of Eden" has a much more personnal feeling than its predecessor "World Diary" (Tony Levin wrote all the songs this time). More traditionnal instruments are used this time: bass, drums, guitar, piano/synth. The music - more rock oriented - is much more melodic and less technical. I would recommend this record to any fan of instrumental rock music.

Highlights on this album include "Bone & Flesh" and "Opal Road" with Steve Gorn playing the flute (I would recommend "In the caves of the Iron Mountain" from Gorn, Levin, Marotta to listen to what those guys can fully do). "Waters Of Eden" and "Utopia" are outstanding tracks too - in fact all tracks except "Gecko Walk" (one of those songs with an annoying melody like on "World Diary" - the only reason why I wouldn't give five stars to this album) are really great.

Rating: 88/100

zaxx | 4/5 |


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