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SCOPE II

Scope

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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3.09 | 4 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1975

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tamotua (4:12)
2. Frisky Frog Funk (5:38)
3. Shuttle Service (7:41)
4. Ant-Artica (6:39)
5. Big Ferro (4:35)
6. High Checker (2:54)
7. Shuffle Funk Dog (5:18)
8. The Zebra (5:58)
Part I - 1:58 / Part II - 4:00

Total Time: 42:55

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Line-up / Musicians

- Rik Elings / Fender precision bass, Hammond organ, Arp synthesizer, Grand piano, flute, Solina string ensemble
- Rob Franken / Fender rhodes piano, Arp odyssey synthesizer
- Rens Nieuwland / guitar
- Henk Zomer / drums, percussion
- Erik Raayman / bass, Grand piano, percussion

Releases information

LP ATLN 50078 (1975)

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SCOPE Scope II ratings distribution


3.09
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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Review by snobb
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3 stars This albums is a strong example of typical Dutch prog jazz fusion from mid-70-s. Musicians all are competent, and musicianship is good if too calculated. I often notice the same moment with Dutch jazz - usually technically perfectly trained musicians play very calculated, cool, a bit soulless music.

Similar situation is with this album. Music is strongly influenced by symphonic prog and classic music. Sound is slightly mellow, and always very optimistic. In fact , by atmosphere they are similar to Focus music of similar period, and guitar sound is a bit influenced by Ian Akkerman.

Possibly, it is good album for lovers of such kind of fusion. For me there are not enough soul inside, even if external musicianship is very competent. Some compositions are too jazzy, or too classical influenced. Or - with too strong salon music feeling.

In all, average jazz fusion album from mid 70-s.

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