Written on: 29/08/2006 by jfderry (208 reviews written)
Stunning artistry once more on display by free jazz and flamenco fusion master of the guitar and oud, Mustafa Stefan Dill. His previous album in a trio setting Run For Heaven (see review) was cathartic for tired ears bored by contemporary mainstream offerings. Now Stefan digs even deeper to unearth some fundamentals about jazz, flamenco, spirituality and life itself.
At moments you are listening to an acoustic Jimmy Page intro, at others it is Paco de Lucia or John McLaughlin ripping across Aolean landscapes, but all the time you are listening to a supreme musician, who is passionate about their musical niche and the faith that gives them their creative energy.
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