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Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.95 | 6 ratings

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erik neuteboom
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3 stars When Brasilian band Lehmejum made this first album, they were at about ten years busy in the world of the music, the last years mainly in pubs for the pure fans. The music is impressive keyboard driven prog with excellent musicians, tastefully arranged compositions and lots of variation. The focus is on the Keith Emerson inspired keyboard work like in Bruce Lee and Torresmo And Puruca, evoking the great days of Fanfare For The Common Man by ELP. In the track Was It What You Wanted we can enjoy wonderful play on the fretless bass, propulsive drums and compelling organ. The beautiful classical piano play in Possesed Woman brings another keyboard virtuoso on my mind, Rick Wakeman. Most of the 13 songs alternates between bombastic symphonic rock, fusion and jazzrock. Violin player Cassio Poletto has a fine contribution in the bonustrack Two Ways. GREAT DEBUT!
erik neuteboom | 3/5 |


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