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Ghost Rhythms


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.04 | 19 ratings

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4 stars A tick-tocking polyrhythmic smorgasbord, where the pocket is always the ultimate destination. Cool, intelligent and self-assured, they have a clearly etched aesthetic they don't wander from, so the material does threaten to get same-y. But there's no room to complain when the baseline of the material is so high. Expect Wurlitzer ostinatos with ghostly vocals. Fantastic, morphing drum grooves, big bass lines, cool wind instruments, expressive harmony changes, world music touches and a never-ending succession of dizzying odd-time polyrhythms. If you smashed up National Health and Art Zoyd, it might give you an idea. It's hard to pick favorite tracks because this album is consistently awesome beginning to end.
kurtrongey | 4/5 |


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