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3.13 | 7 ratings

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3 stars Quite acoustic and energetic American take on Etron Fou Leloublan. Plenty of contouring sax sounds everywhere, slightly funky drumming, few vocals.

Every separate composition sound quite pleasant and easy accessible, some even has kind of pseudo-klezmer influence. But at the same time you will hardly find many differences between compositions, and even every single compositions sound as good material without right finish.

Melodic and enthusiastic sound from very first tunes will catch you, but very soon you will feel like you're listen same one long a bit raw composition, or rehearsals of what may be one day will be realized material. I like sax contouring sound and nice sax-drums interplays, some scratchy guitar and common atmosphere "John Zorn melted with Etron Fou Leloublan and played on minimal resource". But the feeling of unfinished and raw musical content stays near during all album's listening.

Interesting American RIO work, but hardly essential.

snobb | 3/5 |


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