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  • Jethro42 Jean-Luc Ponty;Live Worth a serious listen as well. Have fun! And remember, don't let his sometimes ''over the top'' playing distract you from his ultime goal which is offering some stunning violin melodies.
    February 24 07:59 PM
  • Jethro42 Glad to hear you appreciated Elegant Gypsy. As for Jean-Luc Ponty, I'd start with ''Enigmatic Ocean''. Here's an excerpt. A killer one called Mirage; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQyTHfO1DWE Ponty knows how to funk and how to jazz rocking. Don't let his sometimes noodling playing (full of notes) detract you from the overall melodic leanings. The man knows how to be seductive with his violin. If you like it, try Imaginary Voyage, Cosmic Messenger and Mystical Adventures.
    February 24 07:55 PM
  • Jasdevi087 Was it you that added Stephen Bennett to the database? If so thank you very much, saves me the trouble!
    February 20 02:49 AM
  • Jethro42 The link I gave you is not representative to the album since it's the only straightforward rockish song. The album is showing more than ever the keyboardist, and classical music influence appears strongly. It's definitely very close to ELP music. The soft parts of ''Panic on 5th Avenue'' reminds me of portions of Camel' The Snow Goose. Old Loves Die Hard could have developed more the arrangements in a group context. I feel that Fritz goes too much solo overall. Great album though.
    January 18 12:44 PM
  • Jethro42 Another great melodic Triumvirat song from ''Old Loves Die Hard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1W6aY-oNcg
    January 17 03:57 PM

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