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Pete Namlook - 2350 Broadway 4 (with Tetsu Inoue) CD (album) cover


Pete Namlook


Progressive Electronic

3.91 | 2 ratings

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4 stars If you are familiar with previous collaborations between Tetsu Inoue and the late Pete Namlook, this is more of the same, perhaps even a bit better. Pete may be gone, but his music lives on for us to enjoy. While previous albums in the series included extremely long- form minimal ambient works, often taking up a full disc or even two, this 4th and final addition to the 2350 Broadway canon is much more concise, delivering its musical goods in 6 bite- sized chunks ranging from 7-12 minutes in length. While I sometimes enjoy chilling for an hour-plus ambient journey from Namlook and Inoue, this fills the bill perfectly for those with shorter attention spans, or for times when you need a quick fix of subtle ambience imbued with the touches these two are known for. Highly recommended and a fitting finish to yet another excellent series from the FAX label.
PhilPDX | 4/5 |


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