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TERRE

Julian Julien

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.59 | 13 ratings

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b_olariu
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3 stars Julian Julien from France is quite a new name for me. Even he releases two albums under his name long ago I've only came across of his work recently. He is a multi instumentalist but specialy a saxophonist, knowing him from band Fractale. Well his first album released in 2000 named Terre is an ethnic album with some jazz leanings, I can't trace here as aswell on his second offer those jazz fusion passages. Is quite an unusual album for me, not bad but I can't say that this is my kind of music I want to here every day. The album has plenty of improvised sections with many instruments working at full capacity, trombone, tabla, sax and others. Overall is pleasent, but something is missing in overall sound, to much world or ethnic parts and less jazz fusion arrangements. To me only 3 stars, ok but far from being something groundbreaking.
b_olariu | 3/5 |

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