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Mogul Thrash


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.45 | 51 ratings

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3 stars Mogul Trash I suppose were one of the early "Supergroups" of the 70's who recorded this one and only fantastic album. Featuring the alumni talents of John Wetton on bass (King Crimson, Roxy Music), James Litherland Guitars (Colosseum), Roger Ball (Sax) & Malcolm Duncan - Sax (Average White Band), Michael Rosen- Trumpet (Eclection), Bill Harrison - Drums and the magician Mr. Brian Auger. Musically these guys were a pure mix of Jazz, fusion and Canterbury Progressive rock having written some pretty cool tunes here. Hard to exactly compare their sound but I would suggest a mix of "Colosseum" with "King Crimson" might be an attempt. Included on this album is a great 10 min version of Colosseum's hit "Elegy" which will blow your lips off. I love their mix of sax'es, trumpet with the wild guitar and bass interplay that accompanies this. I was lucky enough to have snagged Disconforme's CD re-mastered release which includes a couple extra bonus numbers which are very complimentary to this album.
loserboy | 3/5 |


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