The Raspberry Jams - Jason Becker Reviews
Newest Review: ... a bad one, and the arbitrary pick 'n' mix style of this release is a lot of fun, even if some of the material is a bit dodgy. ... more
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by - written on 13/02/08 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Released over a decade after his only real shred album 'Perpetual Burn,' 'The Raspberry Jams' is a self-proclaimed "Collection of Demos, Songs and Ideas on Guitar" presumably recovered from the personal and studio archives of Jason Becker prior to ALS removing his ability to perform in the early nineties. As a satisfyingly slapdash collection of assorted things, this is exclusively an album for shred fans, as the repetitive and ceaseless guitar solos and experiments would put off casual listeners. Although I've never been the biggest fan of this type of music, I appreciate a good B-sides collection, or even a bad one, and the arbitrary pick 'n' mix ... Read the complete review
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