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UT GRET

RIO/Avant-Prog • United States


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UT GRET is a self-described pan-idiomatic musical ensemble from Louisville, Kentucky. They are led by multi-instrumentalist Joee CONROY, who joined with FRENCH TV leader Steve ROBERTS in 1996. Boasting a full-bodied Rock-in-Opposition sound, they employ a myriad array of wind and stringed instruments including bouzouki, sitar, mandolin, bassoon, flute, bass clarinet, and many more, in addition to more standard rock instruments and electronics.

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Recent FossilsRecent Fossils
CD Baby 2006
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Radical SymmetryRadical Symmetry
CD Baby 2011
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Time Of The Grets
1998
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Recent Fossils
2006
4.50 | 2 ratings
Radical Symmetry
2011
4.38 | 14 ratings
Ancestors' Tale
2014

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 Ancestors' Tale by UT GRET album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.38 | 14 ratings

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Review by thedunno

4 stars The American band Ut Gret bring us a mix of avant-prog, retro prog, world music, folk and jazz. This is not music that jumps between styles, rythms and tunes within the space of seconds. No; Ancestors Tale is a remarkable accesible record. These are very coherent compositions while very diverse in styles and influences. There is some great playing and singing but it is all done with restraint and taste. It sounds very fresh and colourfull. For all the mellotron nuts among you: there is a fair bit of it on this album.

What is there not to like? well, nothing really. This is simply one of my favourite albums of the year.

I am tempted to give this album 5 stars as compensation for the many who gave this album 1 star (Have those people actually listened to this album more then once, or just listened to a few snippets on progstreaming and rewarded this experience by giving one star?) However, somewhere in the range 4- 4,5 is more realistic.

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 Ancestors' Tale by UT GRET album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.38 | 14 ratings

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Review by BrufordFreak

5 stars Another stellar release thanks to AltrOck Productions. Melodic, at times Canterburian, Bruford/Annette Peacock/Earthworksish, King Crimsonesque, UZedish, Zeuhlish, and, always, perfectly AltrOck. Wonderful vocals. Wonderful presence up front of woodwinds (including didgeridoo!). Awesome interweaving of electric keys and mellotrons. From the album's opening a cappella vocal notes and ensuing woodwind weave I knew I was going to love this music.

Album highlights: "The Raw, The Cooked, and The Over-easy" (5:27) which sounds like it came from some classic Latin-influenced jazz album from the 1960s--at least until the amazing KING CRIMSONian shifts at the 2:50 mark and again later at the 4:45 mark (10/10); the COS/ANNETTE PEACOCK-like Avant-Canterbury-ish title song (5:24) (10/10); the mesmerizingly beautiful multi-instrumental weave of "Walk the Plank" (7:37) (9/10); the fun hyper-weave of "Hopperknockity Tune" (4:00) an instrumental which sounds like it could come from an EARTHWORKS or FIVE-STOREY ENSEMBLE album (9/10); the mesmerizing minimalist OCEANSIZE-like magic of "The Grotesque Pageantry of Fading Empires" (9:17) (9/10), and; the FOCUS-like piano and electric guitar duet work and John Wetton-like bass play of "Zodiac" (8/10).

In the vein of last year's stunning AltrOck releases from FIVE-STOREY ENSEMBLE and EMPTY DAYS we have another adventurous and yet entirely accessible collection of fresh music.

A 4.5 star album I'm bumping up for its diversity, daring, and freshness.

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