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Aka Moon


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.69 | 7 ratings

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Rainer Rein
3 stars This is my first attempt trying to write a review about a record of now-existing band...

Aka Moon was the first band who recordet at little Belgian record company Carbon 7 led by ex-Univers-Zero-men Guy Segers and Alan Ward. Invisible moon is one of the very few sold-out-items at Carbon 7 homepage.

Reading between the lines it seems to me that Invisible Moon would be one of the best recordings of Aka Moon. Maybe because of participation of so many quest musicians from India (playing violins and mridamgam). The line-up of Aka Moon itself is sax-bass-drums new jazz trio. My personal faves because of complexity and more variable sounds are Dragon (with incredible drums' playing of Stephane Galland at the final part) and The House Of Siva (there is mridamgam-playing). In addition some conversations between sax and violins.

All in all - this band is quite interesting and worth to check out. 3,5 stars really.

Rainer Rein | 3/5 |


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