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Otowala biography
OTOWALA is a trio from New Haven consisting of multi-percussionist Stephen ZIEMINSKI (drummer of GREYLYNG), keyboard player Michiro NEGISHI (also in ethno-electronic project SYMPHOAMOEBA and jazz project SPEAK NO EVIL) and bassist John O'REILLY. Together they formed a challenging and experimental sound of their debut album with many twists that might find fans in those who like avantgarde fusion.


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Otowala Jazz Rock/Fusion

Review by Windhawk
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— First review of this album —
3 stars Otowala is a US based trio that consists of musicians "of different generations and backgrounds" as the band itself describes it. This self-titled CD is their first album, and was released on what is presumably their own label, Liquid Moon.

Challenging music that can be described as jazz, jazz-rock or possibly fusion is what Otowala provides on their self-titled debut, a production rather void of common rhythms, harmonies and melodies, but rich in experimental flavours. Jazz and fusion enthusiasts with a taste for the uncommon should be something of a target audience for this CD as I regard it, alongside avant-interested progressive rock aficionados.

Thanks to evolver for the artist addition.

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