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Customer Reviews


Just found this gem lying here, and I've got to say I'm pretty amazed. I never heard of this guy Maza before, and I can't understand how that happened because he is clearly one of the most technically proficient six-string virtuosos out there--dude is on par with the likes of Joe Satriani if you need a clear picture. Check out his take on "Hammer of the Gods" especially, or even this one I personally liked, "Caprice No. 5." You will be thrilled, I assure you.

Great album

These are tight, technically-proficent instrumental pieces that never lose the power to drive emotion. Maybe that sounds odd, but what I mean is this: sometimes prog rock and similar tunes that are really technical lose their heart. Maza doesn’t. If you like Dream Theater - especially Images & Words and Awake - this will be up your musical alley. If you’re interested in instrumental pieces that have depth and a lot of texture, you’ll probably like this. There’s a lot going on in this songs, but never so much that you feel like you’re taking a music theory class.

Great driving music; great background atmospheric tunes; and great musicianship - that’s what I think.

Maza keeping that torch lit

If this is a sign that jaw-dropping guitar playing (as seen so prominently in the past) is making a comeback, then sign me up! I purchased the entire album and can say that this album is definitely diverse in its musical makeup. You get hints of Dream Theater, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, but nothing they would ever put out - it's all Maza, with a unique style of his own. For example, 'What Lies Ahead' is a futuristic, almost techno-song, with insane guitar throughout. The guitar solo in that song, is the strangest I have ever heard (in a good way). Then there's a mesmerizing classical solo piece (Caprice No. 5). Maza even puts a modern take on the classic Zepplin tune, Immigrant Song! Which was ballsy, but he pulls it off in spades. Not to mention the 12 min. epic, Reflections (album only)- part ballad, part progressive rock!

It's refreshing to see that Maza is keeping that torch lit. I say thumbs-up. Buy it.

Sidewinder, Maza
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Instrumental, Music, Rock, Prog-Rock/Art Rock
  • Released: Mar 17, 2014

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