Razl is a Spanish fusionista with keen chops and an equally keen sense of groove. Playing a Gibson ES-137 Custom through a Fender Blues Deville 4x10, and making good use of a Hughes & Kettner Rotosphere on several tracks, he kicks out the jazzy jams with passion and aplomb. There’s more than a smidgen of Scofield in Razl’s approach, but he’s no mere Sco Clone—and playing alongside guest guitarists Mike Keneally (“Glow Pig”) and Dean Brown (“Grungly”) he easily holds his own.
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