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Perhaps - Perhaps & Damo Suzuki CD (album) cover

PERHAPS & DAMO SUZUKI

Perhaps

 

Post Rock/Math rock

3.00 | 3 ratings

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kev rowland
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Crossover Prog Team
4 stars When bassist Jim Haney contacted me to let me know that Perhaps had a new album out, I quickly went over to their Bandcamp site to grab it. But, when I got there I saw not only their new album but also this release which also involves Damo Suzuki. It is only in the last three or four years that I have started listening to Can, and can't believe that I somehow managed to avoid them before. Needless to say I grabbed this as well, and I am so glad that I did. This was the first time that Perhaps had performed with a singer, not surprising given the nature of their music, but Damo slotted right in as if this was actually his band. There is a power and dominance to this 23 minute improvised piece of music which is quite inspiring. It may not be easy music to listen to, but it is incredibly compelling and something that the discerning listener (i.e. the ones who won't say that this is a noise and a load of rubbish before spending the time to get inside it) will get a great deal from.

Oh yes, it's free as well. So if you are a fan of Can, Perhaps, or improvised music in general, this is something to savour. www.perhaps.bandcamp.com

kev rowland | 4/5 |

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