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Henry Kaiser



4.09 | 4 ratings

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4 stars This album, when it was first released, was my introduction to Henry Kaiser's music. It was a good place to start, since it has Kaiser's unbelievable wild soloing, the compositions are a bit more mainstream than on most of the other albums of his I own.

The rhythm section of Hilary Hanes on bass and John Hanes on drums provides an energetic and funky backdrop for for Kaiser's offbeat guitar. Especially notable is Pigs And Battleships, a piece that resembles some of Captain Beefheart's later works (Kaiser would often release cover versions of Don Van Vliet's pieces).

Kaiser has a few guest guitarists on some of the tracks, but they they mostly conform to his style, rather than the other way around.

Evolver | 4/5 |


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