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BURNIN' RED IVANHOE + W.W.W.

Burnin' Red Ivanhoe

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.58 | 10 ratings

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mhiraldo
3 stars This two albums strike me as projects where you can listen to 2 diferent groups. One which sounds dated because of it's late 60's psychedelic style, while the other is completly compeling, avant garde and even jazz influenced (usually the instrumental pieces). So, for my taste this is a mix that somehow crashes and does not alway succeed. Thank god for the 'programe' button! Having said that, the parts that i like ARE wonderful and always point toward genius! And some of the more 'pop' songs have their charm. OK, but what do they sound like? Actually, they do not remind me of any group (a bit of Traffic, a bit of guru guru, a bit Secret Oyster and a bit Soft Machine but not really sounding like any of these!) Nice addition to collectors who fancy the groups mentioned.
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