Mustafa Khetty's sophomore album has been implemented by a re-formed five-piece project. The new staff practically has nothing in common with the previous one, though again is consisting of seasoned musicians for sure. And music-wise this differs quite a lot too. The eclectic World Music component has decreased, yet for the benefit of a straighter rocking presence. And this is quasi culminating in a Deep Purple cover. Musicianship and production is almost perfect, but from the compositional point of view the debut album 'Mozaick' appears way more challenging.
Colorful rock music with some Ethno / World imprint. Well worth the listen, multiple times at best, just in order to fully discover the sheer variety and beauty. Chapeau Mustafa Khetty! On this occasion his recording studio was located in Turkey. No wonder, when considering their names, that nearly every involved musician respectively singer is coming from that country in the end.