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Guru Guru



3.64 | 101 ratings

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4 stars This album just blew my mind. It is supposed to be up there with the kraut-rock heroes. I have a some what biased taste. Being a fan of , mainly, the 'canterbury' side of things i am confortable with jazz and improvitation. And even though this does not have the jazz influence it sure acts like an inprovitation based trio. They are magnificent. They are what i would call the first real free-rock trio. Hugely raw in it's simple constructions these pieces go from one moment to the next with an aproach that truly entertains. Recommended to fans of Soft machine, Free-jazz, psychdelic, etc.
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