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LITTLE WORLDS

Bela Fleck and The Flecktones

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.00 | 1 ratings

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RockHound
4 stars This album got mixed reviews when it came out. It is a very ponderous three-volume set that explores the complete Flecktone arsenal, which is a unique fusion of jazz, bluegrass, and rock. I have most of the Flecktones albums. They are remarkably even in quality, and this one stands out as my personal favorite.

Admittedly, three packed CDs may be a bit much for many people, but I think this offering is displays the breadth of music the Flecktones have to offer. Perhaps "Little Worlds" is to the Flecktones as the White Album is to the Beatles. This probably is not the best album to start exploring the Flecktones, but if you like their music and want to dig into the depths of their catalog, you will not be disappointed.

Four solid starts for the typical prog rock fan, and five stars if you love fusion.

RockHound | 4/5 |

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