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Gunesh Ensemble


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.02 | 18 ratings

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5 stars For me the second album is so good like the first one. In spite of the first audition to be not much difficult, the next ones help to like more and more this work. Richard Shafi continues the fusion between the ethnic thing and the jazz, when great Zappian atmosphere is containing this album. If you like Frank Zappa you like this. It is a surprising band. SDome peolple don't like very much this album because it's a litle hard the first audition but i like discovered the work of single music instruments and after, listen the music in a global way. Rishad Shafi in is best, To me, one of the most best ever percussions musicians of all time. The ritm is in his heart. If you listen his last performances, you can see what I'm talking about. But Gunesh Ensemble is not only Rishad Shafi. The other members of the band are brilliant to. I give 5 stars. Don't forget that in this time in old USSR, Rock Music was Persona Non Grata, but we have brilliant bands born in East Europe in 70 decade. Gunesh Ensemble is one of then.
JPaulo | 5/5 |


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