Triton(Germany) - Instrumental / Jazz-Rock Fusion / Progressive

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Triton(Germany) - Instrumental / Jazz-Rock Fusion / Progressive

Post by kelia99 on Sat Sep 18, 2010 1:26 am

Triton - Vivid Dreams (1993)



Vivid Dreams´ is the follow-up to their debut album "Boomerang" which the Hamburg-based trio released in 1993. The band shows development here, the new tracks sound more mature and organized. The energetic rhythm section (Jost Nickel at the drums and Arnd Geise on six-string bass - also check out Bass-Talk IV) is featured here much more prominently, although guitarist Franz Holtman by no means is holding back! One track is dedicated to Jan Akkerman who probably will be very pleased to listen to these excellent songs. At times, you´re reminded of Jeff Beck´s best work. Triton belongs to a musical minority which you would want to be featured more.... this album could show all US Fusion musicians where it´s at, says German "Fachblatt" magazine.

Year: 1993
Origin: Germany
Genre: Instrumental / Jazz-Rock Fusion / Progressive
Quality: (FLAC,cue,Log,Cover,3% Recovery record)
Size: 386 Mb
Source: My CD collection

Track List:

01. The News [04:32.40]
02. Das Brett [05:19.68]
03. Read My Lips [06:41.04]
04. Vivid Dreams [06:39.37]
05. Eisen [05:49.32]
06. Elvis [07:04.54]
07. French Kisses [07:17.13]
08. Mitzuko [00:44.34]
09. Dip Dah [04:53.68]
10. Eisen 5 / Dance Mix [04:14.30]
11. The Bleeding Heart [08:26.45]

Line-up / Musicians:

-Franz Holzman / guitar
-Arnd Geise / bass
-Jost Nickel / drums



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Re: Triton(Germany) - Instrumental / Jazz-Rock Fusion / Progressive

Post by kelia99 on Sat Sep 18, 2010 1:27 am

Triton - Boomerang (1994)



Fronting a trio with a guitar is a tough job. You need an ego the size of Idaho and an obsessive love of guitar. Next you need big skills and to know how to make the trio sound work. After all, when you play lead, the rhythm instrument vanishes and the music can sound thin. There are tricks a trio can execute to divert attention from the missing rhythm instrument, but playing lead without rhythm support is different from rippin' out a quickie lead over a full band. Well, here's a German trio that delivers the goods. I can't tell you how this rings my bell. All three musicians do the right thing at the right time all the time. AND IT'S LIVE IN THE STUDIO! - no overdubs. The music is dosed with funk, blues, Latin and a massive blast of metal. Two cuts add a soprano sax (no credit for the poor guy) and even sound jazzy. Franz Holzman on guitar has a Mahavishnu/Hendrix style that sucks me right in. Arnd Geise on bass and Jost Nickel on drums are already my favorite combo that I first heard on Matalex/Jazz Grunge. Together they make music that is smart, raunchy, loud, and complex. Every song is expertly crafted and precision delivered like a Gulf War laser missile. This is great music for rockers to get into Jazz, or even jazzers to transition into 'rawk'.

Year: 1994
Origin: Germany
Genre: Instrumental / Jazz-Rock Fusion / Progressive
Quality: (FLAC,cue,Log,Cover,3% Recovery record)
Size: 431 Mb
Source: My CD collection

Track List:

1.Boomerang (6:59)
2.The Griffith (5:32)
3.Slow Motion (6:11)
4.Lindwurm (5:40)
5.Dreamtime (5:40)
6.Sense Of Fife (3:49)
7.V.U.P. (7:24)
8.What?! (3:24)
9.Wap Du Wah (4:56)
10.Don't Bother Me Gravity (6:01)

Line-up / Musicians:

-Franz Holzman / guitar
-Arnd Geise / bass
-Jost Nickel / drums


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