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David Sancious


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.44 | 18 ratings

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2 stars I was not familiar with this chaps work at all. Listening to this for the first time as I write, this is a very odd album, some of it is Ok, very like ELP , but with a big helping of cheese, but whereas with the more bombastic ELP stuff, there is always an element of danger or menace, this is absent here, and the proceedinga are not helped by the most annaying drummer I have ever heard, perenially just behind the beat. A lot of it is kinda a bit of a mess, theres some nice keyborad stuff going on in places , but the backing & arrangements are either painfully banal or over the top. There's definitely a virtuoso element to some of the playing on this album , but thats in a framework of of tired and clichéd arrangements. Not great. Perhaps there are other releases from this artist that may warrent attention, but this is a diffenent avoid.
Prawngod | 2/5 |


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