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ARRIVAL

4 Front

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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4 stars FRONT's formation can be considered rather as an incident of pure luck.Drummer Joe Bergamini was working by mid 90's on a new drumming book,that should be accompanied by a CD filled with some tracks for the students.For this purpose he asked guitarist Zak Rizvi and bassist Frank LaPlaca for some help.The result of these sessions was the formation of 4 FRONT...and personally I feel very lucky to have listened to such a talented trio.4 FRONT mix the energetic and dynamic heavy progressive rock of RUSH with an evident fusion mood and great interplays.From the catchy guitar riffs and the GARY MOORE-like blues passages to the symhonic piano work and the groovy bass lines,this album is overfilled with virtuosity,originality and energy that you simply should not miss.A must-have for lovers of inspired instrumental adventures!

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