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Larry Coryell


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.37 | 15 ratings

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3 stars An uneven and mixed bag of fusion and polished jazz-funk. It's nice trying new directions but hearing Coryell you can hear on which side his heart/guitar beats. The album starts strongly with an inspired fast fusion guitar chase. It's not Mouzon anymore behind the drum kit, but still good enough! With the second track, we get involved into a more comfortable funk territory. At least "Pyramids" has good guitar soloing. Delicious acoustic guitar is served at "Rodrigo Reflections". "Woman of truth and future" has good smooth fusion hooks and melody. "Aspects" ends the album on a better note, slightly nervous fusion mix with Coryell and Mandell chasing each other but trumpet not resting far behind. Good but probably not enough for most fusion fans.
sgtpepper | 3/5 |


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