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virtually unknown fusion delicacy

This album is enticing for fusion & prog fans alike. Mostly instrumental and exceptionally interresting for those not addicted to droning vocals and catchy lyrics. Don Airey's keyboard work is some of his best! Gary Moore smokes on guitar once again in a different genre. Drummer Jon Heisman's new band is exceptional and it is not the original Colesseum. None the less his driving jazzy rhythmns are exciting with this new version of one of the early great prog/fusion bands. Wake up and don't let this one slip by. Taste this inovative music and excellent musicianship!


Formed: 1975

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Several years after the dissolution of Colosseum, Jon Hiseman recruited Gary Moore and Don Airey to form Colosseum II. The mandate this time, however, was not the jazz- and blues-inflected rock of the original band, but a full-tilt journey into hyperkinetic jazz fusion that stretched the players about as far as they could go. The band proceeded to play and record with a passion for three years or so, before running out of steam. The first album featured vocalist Mike Starrs, who moved on to metal...
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