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Eddie Jobson


Progressive Electronic

3.17 | 65 ratings

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2 stars Like many other reviewers, I find that this release never really "grabs" me. Jobson is, without a doubt, a great musician, as evidenced by his work with Roxy Music, UK, and Jethro Tull, but on this record he falls flat, in my opinion at least, as a composer. There is nothing bad here. However, there is nothing that great either. His voice is only average, and maybe a different, more powerful singer could have added to make this a better release? After many listens, I still can't say I remember a single melody or song on this album. It is good, but bland. In Eddie's defense, I am not a big fan of progressive-electric music, so maybe I am missing the boat, here. But, I can only recommend it to those who want to explore some of the "others" behind a few great prog groups. 2 stars. (Really 2 1/2)
mohaveman | 2/5 |


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