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TCHOKOLA

Jean-Luc Ponty

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.62 | 18 ratings

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b_olariu
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2 stars By the time when Tchokola was released in 1991 , Jean Luc Ponty music was no longer very attractiv like few years before or a decade earlier, this album presents that afro jazz fusion with not many intresting moments, at least for me. I have nothing agains afro music, some of that music I like, but here in combination with jazz fusion elements doesn't come together very well for my ears. Only few piecs from here impress me, like Yéké Yéké or the title track who are very good, the violin of this master musicin sounds very well , the rest are forgetable for me, not bad but nothing to talk about either. So, one of the unintresting albums from Ponty career, with few captivating passages like some albums have from the past. 2.5 stars is best I can give to this release.
b_olariu | 2/5 |

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