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RUMORE ROSSO VIVO

Venegoni & Co

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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4 stars Venegoni & Co is one of my favourites Italian Jazz fusion bands. In vein of Agora and Perigeo, this band made some of most good jazz moments in Europeian jazz fusion universe. This album, to me, is a authorized bootleg because the soun is not very good but music performances are great. This live performance show us how good this mucians are. The drums work are very good, guitar are excellent and keiboards atmosphere remeber me some Weather Report contexts. The voice is a instrumental complement in music context. It's a pure Jazz Fusion album that I realy apreciate. Italia don't have just a classic synphonic bands but have others that made a different music with high performances. Very good adiction to all Jazz Fusion collectors. I give 4 stars.

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