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Alessandro Bertoni


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.81 | 29 ratings

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4 stars Alessandro Bertoni is a young and talented keyboard player known for his participation in Aphelion who released the album Franticode few years back, well recived both by critics and aswell fans,the music from Franticode is the type of jazz fusion metal very well performed and quite intresting. This year 2013 he released his first album under his name , the album is named Keystone and is a killer one in jazz fuion with prog metal elements. His prestation on Keystone is excellent, the passages are very elegant, no unecessary noodling here just to show of, every piece is well constructed and delivers the very best of the genre. Also an impressive line up here, with the best of the genre like Brett Garsed on guitar, Fierbracci on bass and the omni present top notch drumer Virgil Donati, their prestation here is awesome. Now the music as I said is elegant , with nice flowing keybords, the drums and bass are busy even in the mellower parts are some very intriguing parts and the guitar as many expected brilliant. Every piece is good with a plus on opening Megas Alexandros Pt. 1: The Great Portrait, Pacifica Rampage or the beautiful ending track magnolia sunrise. All in all this is more then a decent debute, Alessandro bertoni really knew to come with a valueble album in jazz fuion world and because of that from me easy 4 stars. Fans of Planet X, Aphelion, ckeck this album, worth it for sure. Nice art work aswell.

b_olariu | 4/5 |


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