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Tony Williams Lifetime


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.19 | 72 ratings

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5 stars Tony was music from which a reaction all over the world was indeed welcomed after last band "Lifetime" had been formed as for the recording of album "In A Silent Way" of Miles. Under the influence of the music that they begin to spin on the listener and the musician at the same time, the mistake is not found.

John and Larry indeed contributed to this Trio and strengthened the creation of Tony further. This irregular band where Bass Player did not exist caused an indeed psychedelic element and the element of Rock and the highest chemical reaction was caused in the age. It is spoken that Ian Carr of Nucleus was actually influenced from the music of this Lifetime.

However, John Mclaughlin starts the plan of band "Mahavishnu Orchestra" after it contributes to debut album "Emergency" of Lifetime and continuing album "Turn It Over". Therefore, Lifetime temporarily changes the system and announces the album. Holdsworth that newly participates in this band is tuned in music in the approach besides John and it tunes it to the antenna of approach Tony well. Allan has already been taken an active part by "Nucleus" "Tempest" "Soft Machine" and all listeners admit the talent. It fights by the quality of the dimension besides the content of "Emergency" in this album.

live of "Snake Oil" impressive a high-tension melody of Allan and recent Allan familiar, deep "Fred" "Proto-Cosmos" The flow of this tune for which it presses is amazed because of the rhythm of heavy Tony.

Tony made throbbed more album on Allan. Tony Newton known as a session musician of Motown supports the rhythm well and it works. It is thought that a lot of important factors are substantially very buried in the history of the music of Tony in this album. Please satisfy Tony that performs Rock.

Kazuhiro | 5/5 |


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