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Drahk Von Trip

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Dream Walk (16:56)
2. Drahkish Waters (34:43)
3. Waiting Hurry (27:32)

Total Time: 79:11

Line-up / Musicians

- Susanne / lead vocals, flute, violin
- Mats / guitars, backing vocals
- Ralph / bass
- Twodox / synthesizers, percussion
- Micke / guitars
- Goran / drums, percussion

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Review by Rivertree
4 stars This self-released album is the result of several 2007 band sessions. Unfortunately DRAHK VON TRIP has disappeared into something like a winter sleep for some time and hopefully there will come up a new spirit after a while. The traditional connections to other swedish jam bands like KAABEL and ORESUND SPACE COLLECTIVE may help to reach for some new inspirations.

Here we have three exciting jams provided with a special repetitive style which brings them even close to krautrock here and there - obviously differing to the 2005 studio album 'Heart & Consequence' with shorter and diversified songs. Suzanne's vocals are more rare, lacking of lyrics and totally improvised as well. She concentrates more on violin and flute contributions and predominatly cares for the unique elements of the sound. The emphasis is on jamming by all means - often dominated by extensive twin guitar work, coming up very trippy in parts with the support of some spacey synths. The band members are proving a fascinating interaction in any case considering the live character of the recordings.

A very sensitive guitar work dominates Dream Walk - dreamy as the song title implies - starting with flute and a groovy repetitive rhythm section - the warm-up for a trippy second half furthermore with great cymbal/bass drum work and Suzanne's improvised vocals - a wonderful elaborated piece of work! The 34 minute lasting Drahkish Waters can be considered as the centerpiece of this production - mesmerizing if nothing else without boring in any case. A very powerful one - missing words for this. Waiting Hurry is provided with more leanings to the OSC style - very groovy - high speed jamming and you don't know where this trip finally ends ...

A special and fantastic DRAHK VON TRIP show! Fans of extensive jamming with the emphasis on spacey and psychedelic sounds will enjoy this for sure.

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