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3.17 | 30 ratings

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Tonny Larz
2 stars Peter Seiler,central figure in Tritonus,a highly accomplished keyboard player found his bass player ( Roland brand:Electric bass,acoustic guitar and vocals) in a Mannheim jazzclub,and they both agreed taking on drummer Charlie Just. Later this job was given to drummer:Bernhard Schuh. Thus....Tritonus... a power trio in the ELP/Truimvirat league. They managed to do 2 albums....This their first, are kind of a cross between Gandalf and Triumvirat. Let me say this out front.....the vocals are NOT good....but the music are excellent!! So this serves at a...ahem...low kinda Truimvirat clone!! Their next (and last) are quite another story!! So this is an OK album..nothing more. There are some nice ELP -alike breaks and themes....but.... Keyboard trio freak...go for their next one:"Between the universes" it is far better!!

Oh..and by the way....the guy who called himself "John" in another "Review" of this very album! John...the purpose of a prog site as this...with reviews, is that people..such as you and me..can measure/read/interpret any given record by the words and meanings of the reviewers. It is a free world and YOU dont have to give your opinion. If you indeed choose to do so...please understand that this site is supposed to be a guideline...nothing more!! In other words chapter do not make a book!! Have a nice summer!!

Tonny Larz | 2/5 |


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