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SEPTOBER ENERGY

Centipede

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.23 | 35 ratings

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Carl floyd fan
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2 stars This album looks appealing because of the Robert Fripp name but let me assure you its not very good. It is far more jazz oriented than any King Crimson album. This is very experimental with over 50 members playing..Its more of a progressive big band (with nothing else in the musical world to compare this to). It isn't a good sign that the album seems to wander without any sign of direction at the beginning of the opening track. There are many instances similar to this throughout the album with far to much noise and awkward/weird vocals. Had this been instrumental it'd win another star with me. However where the album gets most of its points are from some of the individual solos like Elton Dean and parts where smaller units shine. Still to many of the minutes on this cd are filled with aimlessness. Play sparingly.
Carl floyd fan | 2/5 |

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