Bass Extremes - Just Add Water
Tone Center
Jazz Fusion
13 songs (67'11)
Release year: 2001
Reviewed by Dom

Well, well, well. At the first time when I had the CD in my hands, the band's name and the album's title seemed to me being a record of progressive music. The term Extremes made me thought that it could be filed in the progressive metal! During the reading of the backside cover, I saw the name of Billy Sheehan on the track #13! Very interesting and exciting! Let's start the CD's player! For a surprise it was a surprise.

We are in presence of a trio with two bass players and a drummer. Some guys are invinted to play some musical lines on 5 tracks. To be honest to you, this is not a metal record then you can let it for people that like jazz rock and jazz fusion, however Billy Sheehan is playing on Rapid Descent. As all instrumental CDs Just Add Water is interesting but for myself it is boring!

You can try it at your own risk! Personally I prefer spend my money for the first month of 2002!

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