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Napoli Centrale


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.67 | 57 ratings

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3 stars There's some real ugly saxophone at the start of this one. Damn! - I hate saxophones almost as much as bagpipes - and I'm from Scotland!

Thankfully things turn out quite nicely on this non remarkable album from Italy, sounding like incidental music from 'Kojak' or 'Starsky and Hutch' from the mid Seventies.

Pretty much like a poor man's version of Weather Report from the same era. It's nice enough, but shows nothing new whatsoever in the grand scheme of things. There is however some very good keyboard playing by some guy called Franco Del Prete and those saxophones do seem to fit seamlessly into the album the more it progresses. Not bad at all, but nothing too adventurous. One for fans of 70's Cop shows I think.

Dobermensch | 3/5 |


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