Zao - Z=7L CD (album) cover





3.41 | 43 ratings

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4 stars The first work released in 1973 "Z=7L". Jazz-rock as eccentric as MAGMA. Kooky rhythm and minimalism, and, MAGMA influences it in bass. Playing a saxophone and the violin is fresh. The sound is refined by a compact organization. It is a group of the same type as WEATHER REPORT. Technical, racial jazz-rock work. It is a quick, intimate performance. Moreover, the saxophone of Yochk 'o Seffer is a rich sound of the modern jazz. It is a work not original though it has power and the thrill.

The best track is "La Soupe",I think.

braindamage | 4/5 |


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