Bright Sun

This is an amazing lost fusion album, from behind the iron curtain that was once the wall of power. Now it’s a ghost curtain of the future. While we know these people were able to master jazz and fusion, and produce some truly outstanding works in both of those genres, what makes this album so special is the importation hungarian folk music. It’s almost like a fusionary Bartok. Robert Casel, who recorded the album in New York City in 1977 and released it privately in 1978, is the man behind the project. from

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