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The Wrong Object

Jazz Rock/Fusion

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3 stars Belgium based band THE WRONG OBJECT was formed in 2002 by Michel Delville, and can to some extent be described as his creative vehicle. They released their first albums in 2005, a studio collaboration featuring Elton Dean as well as a live production featuring various guest musicians, and have since then issued two more studio efforts and one more live recording, namely "Live at Zappanale 2008". As with most other excursions by this act it features guest appearances, the most notable one in this case one Stanley Jason Zappa, nephew of the late and great Frank Zappa.

Those who like their fusion to be jazz-oriented, complex and challenging should find "Live at Zappanalle 2008" to be a production catering to their tastes in a most excellent fashion. In particular if individual instrumental prowess and free form oriented wanderings is perceived as intriguing in itself. Personally I'm not that thrilled, and my appreciation of this effort will most likely be one shared by those who generally enjoy music with more of an emphasis on mood and melody.

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