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HABITAT

Man On Fire

 

Eclectic Prog

3.62 | 37 ratings

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rmcqueen6
4 stars I am an old man on fire. My first transistor radio was in 1957 and the rock and roll station was daylight only. I am old school and have no multiple CD changer in my vehicle so I listen to the same CD for days at a time. Habitat is still in the player... can you wear those things out? What a pleasant, yet stimulating CD. MOF is a tight group with each member able to express themselves musically without losing the rythm, the essence, the groove. I love music that the beat is so constant that at anytime you can just groove with the tune. And Habitat does that. I listen to most all kinds of music, from Cee-lo to Zappa, Clint Black to Matty-J. Thanks to MOF for sticking it out over the years and attracting the likes of Adrian Belew and David Ragsdale. I can see right now I will have to burn a copy and put the original back in the case. Yes, I have my old vinyl LP's in their original covers and wish that needle had not stayed in the grove so long. Now I know how to save the music worth saving and Habitat is a keeper. Go sit on the beach one starry night with the headphones and Habitat .....it will surely be a keeper for you too. Thanks for the music and keeping me young. Uncle Bogart

ps: Excellent.... mos def Masterpiece..... maybe after I listen to it a couple more times on the beach 4.5 stars

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