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Morglbl: The Story Of Scott Rotti

I heard about Morglbl 20 years ago blowing away the crowd at one of the prog festivals back East. This is my first exposure to them and I am asking myself why did I wait so long? This French trio is astonishing to say the least. Comprising Christophe Godin:Guitar,Ivan Rougny: Bass, Aurelien Ouzullas: Drums they have managed to blend so many styles backed with blistering Prog Rock Jazz Fusion and defy categorization by doing so.

To say I like them,love them or any other method of praise still doesn't capture what I am feeling right now listening to their music. It is 100% in my wheelhouse for sure. Every tune is an instrumental but if they had a singer I can't imagine where he/she would fit. There is so much going on in this group vocals are just not needed. I am a total fan and now wish to obtain everything they have released. My favorite release of 2019 so far.

Mind Blowing Music!

Track Listing
1.Flics Amis Amish
3.Les Legions Du Rhum
4.Dark Vadim
5.Doner Dorgazm
6.La Lepre A Elise
7.Crime Minister
8.Panzer Kokotler
9.Prog Tollog
10.The Story Of Scott Rotti
11.Cor 'A Cor

Added: March 30th 2019
Reviewer: Rand Kelly
Related Link: Band Website
Hits: 507
Language: english

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Morglbl: The Story Of Scott Rotti
Posted by Pete Pardo, SoT Staff Writer on 2019-03-30 13:15:38
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The purveyors of instrumental metal/jazz/prog Morglbl are back with their latest effort for Free Electric Sound/The Lasers Edge, titled The Story of Scott Rotti. New to Morglbl? Well, the trio of Christophe Godin (guitars), Ivan Rougny (bass), and Aurelian Ouzoulias (drums) now have a total of seven studio releases under their belt, each one filled with shredding guitars, metallic riffing, atmospheric jazz-fusion passages, and lots of intricate rhythms & grooves. This latest set follows the equally intriguing Tea Time for Punks from 2015, and as always the mesmerizing guitar work of Godin is front & center, his blazing Allan Holdsworth on steroids solos and heavy metal riffing slashing and bashing all over tracks like "2 Flics Amis Amish", "Les Légions du Rhum", and "Dark Vädim" with a vengeance. Don't count out Rougny and Ouzoulias either, the rhythm team providing plenty of acrobatic flair and deep grooves throughout the CD, especially on the jazzy romp of "Döner Dörgazm" and the funky metal meets Frank Zappa barnburner "Panzer Kökötier".

Classy stuff all around, The Story of Scott Rotti is an instrumental album that ROCKS!! Seek out at all costs!

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