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The other a new tune Celebration with no composer creditswhich smacks of Herbie Hancock in jazz funk mode - even with a Bernie Maupin-type bass clarinet effect, however, I presume from Pasqua's keys. A great album, which should part of any basic jazz rock record library. Review by Dick Heath In the liner notes we are told that Tony Williams' dad was a sax player in Jazz bands around Boston. He proudly took his son Tony with him on the Jazz circuit.

At 17 he was talent spotted by bebop legend Jackie McLean and was taken to New York, and shortly afterwards was invited to join Miles Davis' pacesetting quintet-plucked from obscurity he was now sitting at the very top of Free Spirit - Atlanta Rhythm Section - Red Tape (Vinyl Jazz tree". Miles Davis said this about Tony in his autobiography, "I can tell you this, there ain't but one Tony Williams when it comes to playing the drums.

There was nobody like him before or since. Considering Miles played with Billy Cobham and other greats, that's a huge statement. Interesting LP a young and upcoming bassist Jaco Pastorius tried out for this band but Tony gave the position to former motown bass player Tony Newton, who is incredible by the way. Alan Holdsworth is on guitar here, and I have not heard him sound better than this. Alan Pasqua plays the keyboards rounding out the lineup. I have to say right off the bat that this record completely floored me.

I mean listening to Williams' drum work and Holdsworth guitar technique and skill was just a pleasure. Yet it's more then that because these songs are fantastic, plus we have some killer bass and amazing keyboard play throughout. Impressed is an understatement. The band then kicks in and it all sounds incredible. Love the rhythm section on this one. Holdsworth comes in before 2 minutes. Great section. This one's all about the almost Zeuhl-like rhythm though. The keys absolutely move me here as the bass and drums support.

The contrast continues. It settles before 4 minutes with some pleasant guitar until Alan then starts to rip it up. That beautiful melody from earlier is back before 6 minutes.

Big finish. Interesting because it's Holdsworth who simply blows me away with his playing on this one. Williams comes in then Pasqua 2 minutes in. Nice bass lines too. And like his other one this has a heavy,prominant rhythm to it. It settles a minute in as the guitar starts to solo, but while he's lighting it up that heavy rhythm returns. Guitar returns to end it. Amazing stuff! This is more laid back to start as guitar comes in tastefully. It turns more aggressive though a minute in and this contrast continues.

Spock" is Holdsworth's song and yes he's a fan of Star Trek. It's fairly heavy to start but lightens somewhat as all four of these guys shine. Tony is so fluid and impressive on the drums and Holdsworth lights it up after 3 minutes as Tony pounds away.

It ends heavily much like it started. This for me is the perfect blend of Jazz and Rock that I can drink all day. In fact i've been holding off reviewing it so it can stay in my rotation longer. Review by Mellotron Storm Looking back in retrospect, Believe is probably one of those seminal album where jazz-rock is moving a to jazz-funk, but it's hardly the first, since Miles' On The Corner and later Herbie's Head Hunter, and WR's chance of bassist from the European Vitous to the Afro-American Johnsonthis is yet another although Holdsworth's guitar still keeps it very rock-minded.

I did ;o. Besides the excellent and escapist Proto-Cosmos the preceding Fred had been gentler, at least at first, before Holdsworth's blistering solos set fire to your speaker's diaphragms. The Red-hot Alert is another beauty where Alan Holds its Worth; the Williams-penned Wildlife is definitely more balanced, giving Pasqua more chance to express himself including a great solo on a Rhodes.

The closing Mr Spock starts on the Rhodes but ends weekly on drums fade outs. The two bonus tracks are a little bizarre, given that the album would be sooooo short without them, that it seems they'd be part of the original album as well.

Indeed Celebration melts exactly into the album soundscape and the fantastic Letsby, giving Williams a fantastic showcase, is no less excellent. Rarely have two bonus tracks melted so well with their albums. Definitely their best album in their "New Lifetime" configuration, Believe It is just as strong Album) the first two albums of the previous incarnation.

It might appear a bit too technical at times, concentrating on virtuosity rather than pure composition, but there is plenty to still please those progressive jazz-rock fans out there. Review by Sean Trane Tony was music from which a reaction all over the world was indeed welcomed after last band "Lifetime" had been formed as for the recording of album "In A Silent Way" of Miles.

Under the influence of the music that they begin to spin on the listener and the musician at the same time, the mistake is not found. John and Larry indeed contributed to this Trio and strengthened the creation of Tony further. This irregular band where Bass Player did not exist caused an indeed psychedelic element and the element of Rock and the highest chemical reaction was caused in the age.

It is spoken that Ian Carr of Nucleus was actually influenced from the music of this Lifetime. However, John Mclaughlin starts the plan of band "Mahavishnu Orchestra" after it contributes to debut album "Emergency" of Lifetime and continuing album "Turn It Over".

Therefore, Lifetime temporarily changes the system and announces the album. Allan Holdsworth that newly participates in this band is tuned in music in the approach besides John and it tunes it to the antenna of approach Tony well. Allan has already been taken an active part by "Nucleus" "Tempest" "Soft Machine" and all listeners admit the talent.

It fights by the quality of the dimension besides the content of "Emergency" in this album. Tony made throbbed more album on Allan. Tony Newton known as a session musician of Motown supports the rhythm well and it works. It is thought that a lot of important factors are substantially very buried in the history of the music of Tony in this album.

Please satisfy Tony that performs Rock. Review by Kazuhiro Tony Williams is one of most respectable jazz fusion drummers, still from time when he played with Miles Davis. It's a bit pity, that besides other Miles jazz fusion cohort, as Chick Corea or John McLaughlin, Tony's later solo works stayed a bit in the shadow side.

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