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KEHELL was a jazz rock trio founded by Shigekazu KAMAKI. The trio started out in 1985 as another project of KAMAKI, the last one before it being the obscure neo prog band ORPHEUS. It would take the band 14 years to release their only album, having only been involved with demo tapes and providing songs for compilations. Their album might appeal to fans of neo-prog and fusion alike, with the use of instruments like guitar synthesizers the music of KEHELL is quite atmospheric in the 80's kind of way and reminiscent of ORPHEUS, but of Allan HOLDSWORTH as well.


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 Galileo by KEHELL album cover Studio Album, 1999
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Kehell Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by b_olariu
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3 stars Kehell - this obscure little known progressive jazz fusion band from Japan with one album released in 1999 named Gallileo might appeal to fans of Holdsworsh, Bruford , in places Brand X or Kenso. Formed in 1985 by Kamaki , aswell member of neo prog band Orpheus back then and later on will apear in Mr Sirius (a nother worthy japanese prog band from late'80 to early 90). So, Galileao is an instrumental affair, this trio really done some great moments here, the pieces flow one to other very well, very atmospheric in aproach, quite complicated passages, refined compositions and very elaborated arrangements., specially on title track. Issued at Musea. All in all more then decent effort by this obscure band, I think worth investigated, I was pleasent surprised.3 rounded to 3,5 in places.

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