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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.70 | 78 ratings

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Erik Nymas
4 stars Back to italy and back to my trusted music shop... going for an album, I got (what a surprise) a remastered version of this!

Ok review now... Genealogia was the first I get and was supreme... this is a bit better, even it remind me the film with car pursuits and 20's gangsters (dunno why I've just this feeling every time) anyway the complex carpet of music is fullfilled with ambience from saxes in a way that u feel it like wind (nice work Fasoli), a strong guitar & electric guitar inusual for a jazz band that gives the touch of something strong over the 45 minutes of the album make pair with the bass in small passages like Periplo where the drums and percussions helps. Piano plays often a part of background giving to the entire album something a dark aspect, the only bad thing of the album is that it goes away like fresh water in a jazz spiral till Un cerchio giallo wonderfull trio of bass, piano and percussions.

4/5 stars, maybe an half more.

Erik Nymas | 4/5 |


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