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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.53 | 17 ratings

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4 stars Debut of really obscure Hungarian jazz fusion band. Excellent guitar-based instrumental improvised music in a tradition of David Thorn, mixing it with slightly psychedelic sound, Frippian (King Crimson version) aesthetics and even slight avant flavour.

Music is very atmospheric, complex and very precisely played. Classic power trio is supported by two reeds musicians and percussionist, what made music more orchestrated, but still very graphic in sound. As many Hungarian bands, musicians use some folklore traditions in tunes, but very ascetic and tastefully.

Really great album, it's a pity that even if it's coming from late 90-s, it's virtually impossible to find it to listen. Even more pity such a great band is almost unknown outside of their home- country. Very recommended, if you will success to find this release! One of great jazz fusion release from the end of XX century!

My rating is 4+.

snobb | 4/5 |


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