Good, maybe even great, but not my thing July 1, 2009
Written by JLAdams
This music, while great, shows that RF would not have been a very effective fusion guy (assuming that "fusion guy" was a title to which he would have aspired).
To me personally, I now understand why 81-84 Crim rarely goes six weeks without getting some play in my home, while Bruford’s One Of A Kind gets the once a year treatment, and the answer is most emphatically NOT that the latter is anything less than fantastic music performed by musicians who mean it.
The key difference, IMO, is originality. 81-84 KC has it to the extent that the music does not lend itself to categorization. BB’s work with Jeff Berlin, on the other hand, is fusion.
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|absolutely great Fri., Nov 24, 2006|
Posted by: manfrombangkok
I trust the opinion of my dear cousin absolutely! This is music as it should be! manfrombangkok says hello!
|Mysterious,Timeless Thu., Nov 23, 2006|
Posted by: Armand
Very, very beautiful indeed. Glimpses of other worlds, other timelines. Primal crying of pain and delight!!!!
|Excellent Fri., Nov 10, 2006|
Posted by: schnuckenack
Just one word: it’s great! It’s a fantastic recording, no way!
| London, UK March 14, 2006|
Posted by: karnak
we were expecting that something like this exist
|Wonderful Stuff! Wed., Oct 25, 2006|
Posted by: acampo
Thanks to all involved @ DGM for another great DL. Any more gems hiding in the vaults?
|At Last! Mon., Oct 23, 2006|
Posted by: KramNamloc
Perhaps the funkiest white men on earth! Chok full o’ lost gems!
|Hear Ye, Hear Ye: Mon., Oct 23, 2006|
Posted by: vargan
This may be the best thing since the invention of b’boomshanka.
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