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4 stars Is it essential? It depends of the type of music you really like.

UZEB were Top Guns of fusion Jazz. Inspiring Jazz with a Huge bit of Rock. Mix that togheter and you get UZEB!

Michel Cusson has an unstopable talent for composing fantastic harmonies, Alain Caron pops is base faster (and mostly louder) than a microwave can pop pop-corn and Paul Brochu masters is drums like few.

All albums have a different flavour, all of them just unique and great.

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Posted Wednesday, March 16, 2005 | Review Permalink
4 stars This is a very accessible Jazz Rock set by a talented set of musicians. Alain Caron may be one of the most underappreciated bassists out there. His groovy bass lines are always interesting and he creates some very tasty leads. Michel Cusson's fretwork is always impressive, especially when jumping through chords and Paul Brochu never drops a beat.

Although some tracks like "Noisy Nights" and "Spider" sound a little dated, it is still a pleasant album. The standout track on this album is "Luna Mars". The beautiful lyricism of Caron's fretless bass is worth the price of admission alone. Other highlights include "New Hit", "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" and "I believe it".

I would consider this an excellent addition to any prog collection and an essential addition for any Jazz Rock fans or anyone who loves a great bass player.

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Posted Saturday, August 19, 2006 | Review Permalink

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