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Warm Dust


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.50 | 37 ratings

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2 stars Ambitiously starting their career with a double album, Warm Dust have a complex sound with all sorts of instruments jostling for attention - as well as standard rock instrumentation there's also flutes, organs, pianos, a healthy brass section and various interesting types of percussion thrown into the mix. The band are able to include nods to many of their influences - coming across in parts like a tribute band to early Jethro Tull, at other parts like somewhat more mellow followers of the Mothers of Invention, and so on. But the album is a bit of a muddle, with some filler in to round out the running time (like the asinine Keep On Trucking), and for some reason the band just can't bring themselves to leave vocalist "Les" Walker's voice alone, applying such heavy distortion to it that for half the album he sounds like he's singing from the bottom of a well. Interesting but unconvincing.
Warthur | 2/5 |


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