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ALL YOU CAN EAT

Slivovitz

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.98 | 33 ratings

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dNZh
4 stars This album is impressive, an enjoyable jazz prog album, each track contains a set of violin solos, with the correct melodies becomes an exciting journey through songs such as Persian Nights, Passannante, Hangover. The trumpets are manifested throughout the whole album, Barotrauma and Persian Nights are a good example of this, also you can hear harmonica, which is not often used in jazz. My favorite songs are Mani in Faccia and Passannante. At different points of the album you can feel an air of 70s prog bands, maybe a little bit of King Crimson. It's an excellent album, from the beginning to the end, Slivovitz was a surprise for me, i had not heard any of his albums, but from now, I will have all their discography. Sorry for my English.
dNZh | 4/5 |

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