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 Brufordís 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. BBís work with Jeff Berlin, on the other hand, is fusion.
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This is the most amazing thing Iíve never heard... Downloading now. Thank you, DGM!!!
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I make excuses myself in the first place for English, but I do not know it ! I have made translate my thought from a system automatic rifle. I must express my best ones compliments to an Read more
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Even after one listen through, this music is truly inspirational and evocative. Beautifully recorded and presented. Thank you to artist, audience and technical folk alike - everyone that conspired to bring this forth.
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Posted by: ryanmwill02
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