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ROUND 11 (R11 or R-11) is a jazz rock group from Italy formed in 2000. The trio started out as an ensemble of drums, bass guitar and alto sax but later on switched saxophone for the electric guitar; the result of groups composing and playing was a mixture of modern music such as post rock and drum'n'bass with jazz and their first debut was released in 2012.

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Lupus In Trio
R-11 Jazz Rock/Fusion

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4 stars Italian trio R 11 (aka Round 11) started out back in 2000, originally as a bass, drums and saxophone based affair. Since then the saxophone has been replaced by a guitar, and two full-length studio albums have been released. "Lupus in Trio" is their debut album, issued by Lizard Records in 2012.

R 11 has made themselves a fine debut album with "Lupus in Trio". Tight, compelling and often fairly intricate instrumental jazz rock is the name of the game here, with ethereal guitar details a central aspect of the sound they explore, paired off with sequences of a more defined jazz or jazz rock orientation, mainly by way of drums or bass. A production that merits an inspection by those who are generally fascinated by instrumental jazz rock, and in particular those who favor bands that strive to explore this style of music in a manner a bit outside of the most commonly explored varieties of it.

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