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Jeavestone - Spices, Species and Poetry Petrol CD (album) cover




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4.16 | 67 ratings

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4 stars What a wonderful CD i have on my hands and soon in my player. The cardboard covers are great. Quite psycedelic themes and there is a hilarious little comic book too (it's about the adventures of the line-up. In the first issue the pages are on wrong order because someone in the label messed it up I think).

Ok, the disc is in the player now and I'm excidet! ¡Quela Puente! is the first track and it starts with nice melodica(?) and flute. Throuh the album there is a intelligent use of other instruments too like a oboe, a vibraphone, a clarinet and the strings. What an harmony.

There is only a little minus and it is Erg (0:39). It isn't bad but sounds little bit like a filler.

I think that Spices, Species and Poetry Petrol is more jazzy and progressive than the first Jeavestone's album Mind the Soup. Very mature performance from this finnish group with a lot of potential and skill.

(Sorry about my probably bad english but the album is still great!)

4,5/5 points and 4 stars!

Tsamowahr | 4/5 |


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