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The Pitts Minnemann Project

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Studio Album, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Welcome Mat of My Mind
2. Sneaking Suspicions
3. Envy Becomes a Motherfunker
4. Haters, Please
5. In Danger of Deceit
6. Heavy Thoughts Here My Friend
7. Unhealthy Aversion to Tribe Mentality
8. Clique Clash or Friends As Foes
9. Gaining Steam As a Cordial Misanthrope
10. Regarding Jazz & White Women
11. March of the Dissidents
12. We're Not In Kansas Anymore
13. You Humor Me, Truly
14. Pretentious I
15. Nothin' Funny 'bout That
16. Depressed Russians in Space
17. Can't Take the Metal Outta Me
18. Falling Off the Evil Wagon
19. Conspirators Diatribe
20. Angry Robots
21. Down, But Hopeful
22. Little Time Alone
23. Violent Wankery
24. Aggressive Repeat Offender
25. Reflecting Indecision
26. I Over U
27. Farewells Are Saddish

Line-up / Musicians

Jimmy Pitts / Keyboards, Theremin
Marco Minneman / Drums
Fountainhead, Jeremy Barnes, Pete Pachio, Bill Bruce, Joe McCroskey / Guitar
Ray Riendeau (Halford, James Labrie), Cheikh Ndoye, Jerry Twyford, Jeff Williams, Eddie Kohen / Bass
Joshua Thomson / Saxophone
Joe Deninzon / Violin

Releases information

Copyright - Jimmy Pitts / Twist Tone Records (801655304921)

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Review by Windhawk
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4 stars Multinational unit THE PITTS & MINNEMANN PROJECT was instigated by US composer and keyboardist Jimmy Pitts, who alongside German drummer Marco Minnemann and a vast array of guest performers made an album worth of music that, as described in the CD booklet, reflects the instigators mood swings over a period of a few months. The end result became the album "2l82b Normal" which was released through the Russian label MALS Records in the fall of 2012.

The Pitts/Minnemann Project has crafted a CD that should be of interest to most anyone with a taste for challenging, instrumental progressive rock of the kind that demands a lot from the listener. A certain taste for jazz rock and improvisational music is required, as well as an understanding and taste for variety that stretches from progressive electronic music to progressive metal within an overall arguable fusion context. I'd guess that fellow musicians might make out another key audience for a production of this kind, at least those among them who truly enjoy listening to musicianship of the highest quality.

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