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THE HUMAN ELEMENT

Tony Spada

Jazz Rock/Fusion


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4.00 | 4 ratings | 2 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Iraqiroll (3:25)
2. Jack The Hat (3:45)
3. Trick Shoes (4:30)
4. One For Two (1:28)
5. Intruders (6:54)
6. Sleaze Factor (3:33)
7. Autumn Dance (2:17)
8. Mile High (5:56)
9. Surfin' UFO (3:36)
10. Clinically Proven (3:21)
11. Destination Home (3:17)

Total Time: 42:02

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Line-up / Musicians

- Tony Spada / guitars
- Rob Gottfried / drums
- Tony Castellano / bass, keyboards

Releases information

CD Surveillance Records SV-1104 (2004)

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4.00
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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Review by b_olariu
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4 stars Second studio album was issued after 12 years after previous release. Named The Human element released in 2005 ia anothe rexample of serious work in progressive rock music. Helped again by Tony Castellano responsable for bass and keybords and Tony with guitar of course , this album is little more towards jazz fusion/rock and less synphonic like first one. Again no weak moments here, great interplay between guitarand keybords. Pieces are now less lenghy and more direct where the guitar realy took of to another dimension, musicaly speaking like on Jack The Hat or Trcick shows, the rest are also great and well performed. Fans of guitar prog orientaed album must take a listen because worth every second. While I prefer first album who was for me little better and more intristing then this one, The human element keeps the flag high in instrumental albums history. Again few reviews and few ratings, realy shame because both albums with a plus on first are real treasures. 3.5 rounded to 4 this time.

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4 stars Albums like THE HUMAN ELEMENT are more and more rare!WHY/Because it's so difficult-in my humble opinion-to compose almost 45 minutes of music at such hig level of inspiration and to offer to the amateurs of the genre a compact album with no weak pointsThat's what TONY SPADA did with THE HUMAN ... (read more)

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