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3.70 | 71 ratings

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3 stars Although "Electric Silence" (reviewed later) is the more popular album and much more praised album of the three first albums it is this (the second) that I seem to go back too more often. Essentially Dzyan were an ethnic-inspired krautrock-jazz quintet that reached great heights on their first 2 albums. "Time Machine" is absolutely for the first time brought to life in this remastered version (no name label) and to be honest everything else up to now has been muddy sounding. With deep progressive tones and depth this album completely absorbs the listener and takes us into some pretty magical musical places. Now this might sound like a cliche but here it favourite track on this album is the 18:00 mins epic (Time Machine) which achieves greatness they never reached again (IMHO). This album is full of noodling but not needless stuff and I find it all builds to create an interesting series of layers to work from. I also love the drum and bass interplay on this album which stillbrings a smile to face when I hear it. Definitely an album you have to listen to closely and without interrutpion to get into.
loserboy | 3/5 |


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