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Metalwood

Twenty

2016-08-23

A pretty decent jazz album here. It really flowed well from start to finish. Just about all of the tracks are instrumental but i love when you get a few people involved in a band who really want to express their musicianship. Not to mention that the whole basis around this band being put together was to show how they wanted to have a standard Jazz set up, but really pay homage to some of the greats like Miles Davis. This was recorded up in the Great White North, Cananda, in the downstairs of a hotel which is pretty unique there in it self. Not too bad overall. I really liked tracks 2, 6, and 10 the most, but it was hard to tell what track i was on because it went from track to track without hardly noticing.

review by Matt

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