11 Songs, 49 Minutes

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4.8 out of 5

5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Finally....

RobertG102

Love these guys and their music. So glad this new album has finally hit the streets. Be sure to check out their previous albums as well.

Bohemia

Manfred Pensacola

Once again a great piece of work by those guys. Can't wait to see them soon.

The musicianship is top-drawer all the way!

eTripper

The latin-fusion band 'Roman Street' has released a brand new offering entitled "Bohemia". Which if anything, implies a laid-back lifestyle of hedonistic pursuits. As always, the musicianship is top-drawer all the way, and a great accompaniment for whatever your doing in life. The gypsy-tinged title cut "Bohemia" sets the tone for the entire CD, and is nicely crafted. "Island Time" follows, and breezes-in with an added vocalise tossed into the mix. "Mr. Morris" is a straight-ahead "Smooth Jazz" piece reminding one of Nils, or a Peter White cut. Followed by "Morningside", another easy-on-the-ears downtempo offering. "Minor Swing" conjures-up images of Django Reinhart strumming the 'franco-jazz' he was noted for. The band revisits the latin-standard "Besame Mucho" employing a tango-esque quality to it. I found the atmospheric cut "Serenade" very nicely done with subdued guitar shadings, much like fellow artist Al Marconi uses. The group closes-it out with ". . . Strum" in style much-like fellow artist 'Tierra Negra'. If your like me, you'll want to find your way to 'Roman Street'. Great for fans of: Johannes Linstead, Eric Hansen, Benise, and Jim Stubblefield. A must for fans of these artists, and a great addition to your neo-flamenco library. Recommended.

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