Saturday, 20 March 2021

Teverano - Teverano (1982)

The one and only album from this band from Spain.

The band was a quintet with a lineup of percussion, drums, bass, violin, guitars, keyboards and piano.

The name and band is totally unknown. It was a side project of the far more established and famous jazz orchestra Iceberg.

Yes, we are talking jazz and fusion here.

Thirty five minutes of fusion with a lot of flamenco and jazz, no less.

The music is pretty pastoral and somber with a lot of violins and electric violins.

The music is not very technical and jazzy. It is more based on feel and ambience.

The music is decent enough and this album is a worthy addition to a fusion collection. But do not expect to be dazzled.

2 points


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