The second album from this Italian band.
The band is a quartet with a lineup of drums, percussion, bass, keyboards, piano, organ, saxophone and vocals.
This is a new band to me as I have not heard their debut album.
As it is released on the eclectic and avant-garde RPI record label AltRock, I expected some eclectic progressive rock.
I was wrong.
The music on this album is rather traditional fusion and jazz.
It is a fusion of fusion and jazz.
That is at least on the first half of the album before we get some more vocals and the music moves towards the Zeuhl genre. That makes the album more interesting.
The end result is somewhere between decent and good.
This album will appeal more to the fusion fans than the rock fans.
Check out this album.