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Thirsty Moon


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.83 | 38 ratings

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3 stars 3.5 really

Thirsty Moon was one of the german bands from early '70s from Brain records label together with Emergency or Cornucopia who wanted to make a name in progressive/jazz rock field. Well, the second album You'll never come back from 1973 is definetly their best work from the catalogue and for sure an album that must be discoverd by younger generation. This one of those albums that aren't instantly catchy, I begun to fuly appreciated only 5-6 listnings. Combining jazz rock passages with some progressive moves and aswell interluded with long spacey instrumental sections with brass parts this album is a winner.. Trash Man is the perfect example and the best tune of the album. Only 5 pieces, two of them quite long where the musicianship is more then ok, lots of tempo changes, sax make quite a nice figure here. This is a pleasent album, with plenty of memorable passages, maybe nothing is groundbreaking or inovativge, but is well constructed and aswell a very nice voice from Harald Konietzko. The funny erotc cover art is aswell intresting like the music. 3-3.5 stars for me.

b_olariu | 3/5 |


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