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Centipede - Septober Energy CD (album) cover




Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.31 | 67 ratings

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5 stars this is one of the most overlooked masterpiece of free jazz by some of the greatest jazz minds of the 20th century. the stunning voices by Julie Tippett and the gang are just marvelious while still being almost "magmaesque" in the stark nakedness of it all...quite compelling operatic approach and all around sombre atmosphere...the muscicianship on this lp is need to go through the list,,but my goodness this would be a heavenly encounter to come accross this groupe of muscicians on stage one day. some of the contrbass is so outstanding harkens me back to early paul chambers blue note records...cline and babington are realy outstanding bass players...the horn section is quite mad in its gigantisme but they sound so tight!!!...some of the best larg scale sax playing reminds me of artman's urban sax sometimes...or that reminds me of centepede, whichever came of my favorite keith tippett...amazing man and the maestro of this endeover....wonder what king fripp would have done out there if he could have ever torn himself away form the control booth to capture this music
thepoliteforce | 5/5 |


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