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Progressive Fusion with a Twist

This collection of tunes proves that intriguing melodies stated, frequently, on Steelpans can successfully lead both a gifted music group and the listener in a very progressive Fusion direction. The five musicians currently playing in the Great Barrier Reefs band are a talented lot indeed, if this album is any measure their gifts. The nine songs on this album are fresh and fun to listen to, while offering up plenty of variety. It's like the best work of the Headhunters and Weather Report continued to evolve spontaneously and somehow became seriously intertwined with the Steel Drums. When I listen to these songs, I clearly hear an evolution that must have begun on a Fender Rhodes played by Keith Jarrett or Herbie Hancock, while they were playing with Wayne Shorter or Sonny Fortune, Reggie Lucas or Dominique Gaumont , Michael Henderson or Jaco Pastorius, Airto Moreira or Mtume and Tony WIlliams or Billy Cobham INSTEAD of thinking that I had just heard the next phase of something that surely emerged out of the musical traditions of Trinidad, calypso and reggae, e.g. Steel Pulse. This is a good thing, because there is plenty of great Carribean-influenced music on the market already. If you ever wondered which direction Spyro Gyra might have taken as the next step in the direction they started down with the Morning Dance album, you should give Finding Time a try, especially tracks seven and nine. This offering left me wishing for more and wondering what would happen if the Reefs were to mix it up with: a flute, more brass - especially trumpet and trombone and/or some Tabla playing with or without added electric Sitar playing. Those ideas really make my mouth water, because these five guys just might have enough chutzpah to pull that off.

Finding Time, The Great Barrier Reefs
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  • $8.91
  • Genres: World, Music, Rock, Jazz
  • Released: Apr 10, 2011

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