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GO!

Daryl Stuermer

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.49 | 3 ratings

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b_olariu
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4 stars Daryl Stuermer is one of the influencial guitarists in prog jazz rock/fusion world in last 40 decades. Specially know for his contribution on albums from Jean Luc Ponty and Genesis live guitarist since1977 Daryl Stuermer build a solid reputention in guitar world. His solo career is lesser known among prog listners and jazz fusion freaks, the debute appear in 1988 and since then he released 6 albums and diffrent compilations. His lates work to date is Go from 2007 issued at InsideOut label. Well, a very nice surprise this release, very energic jazz fusion with a lot to offer to the listner. There are some very nice passages and quite intresting like on Masala mantra, Greenlight with uptempo parts, solid guitar work and some great druming. Another highlights are Meltdown or The archer. All album is instrumental, but is not a problem, Daryl Stuermer really knew to come with a valueble release these days, that means that is still in bussines and in top form after more then 3 decades in bussines. Entartaining from start to finish, a pleasure to listen without any boring moments. From me easy 4 stars.
b_olariu | 4/5 |

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