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Garage A Trois

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Outre Mer - 4:44
2. Bear No Hair - 4:25
3. The Machine - 4:56
4. Etienne - 5:19
5. Merpati - 5:53
6. The Dream - 2:54
7. Antoine - 4:10
8. Circus - 2:07
9. Needles - 3:51
10. The Dwarf - 4:14
11. Amanjiwo - 3:17

Total Time 45:52


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Line-up / Musicians

- Charlie Hunter / guitar
- Skerik / saxophone
- Stanton Moore / drums
- Mike Dillon / percussion

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CD Telarc

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Review by Warthur
3 stars On Outre Mer ("overseas"), Garage a Trois complete their maturation from a nom de plume used for goofing off between serious sessions and into a full-blown project in their own right. The spaciness of the debut EP has faded away, as has the improvisational approach and mild aimlessness, and in its place stands a set of much more polished compositions. As on the preceding Emphasizer, the key to this shift is the arrival of Mike Dillon on percussion; here, his vibes and other implements are integrated fully into the group's sound, taking the listener on a funk-infused trip across choppy waters. Skerik and Dillon's interactions are a particular treat and suggest later and more bizarre collaborations, such as their work in the Dead Kenny G's. Fun stuff, though it still feels a bit like the sort of throwaway project the original EP was.

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