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WHERE HAVE I KNOWN YOU BEFORE

Return To Forever

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.12 | 158 ratings

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Javmore
5 stars Where Have I Known You Before is the Chick Corea's master piece because of many factors: All the Album is arround fo a poem: Every song is inspaired for the text, the poem gives the name to the album. The compositions have many rythms and styles of epoque, very good arpoximations. But the most important is the original form of the compositions: Corea never over tuned the hight level of composition, inclouding The Elektric Band; I never heard again this level of aregments or composition. Corea uses spanian scales tha gives to the song an aura of mistery and sofistication. The group of misicians is virtuos, not alike to the Elektric Band, but RTF is more intrepid and revolucionary: the propositions match with other lider groups as Weather Report, Mahavishnu in the jazz area, and the rock area match with Brand X and others. For more many causes I think Where Have... the most brilliant album of RTF and Chick Corea. I recomend the audution of the present album to the beginer, the audiophile, and the profetional: Denis Chambers saids that Lenny White is one of his influences. Like we say in México: A'i nomás!
Javmore | 5/5 |

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