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Annexus Quam



3.81 | 66 ratings

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4 stars Almost totally unnoticed in the prog rock history, this little underground but mesmerising cosmic/ jazz rock band shoudn't be ignored. their first album Osmose opens the dance with a dreamy / spacey piece built around dicreet guitar harmonies, then a nice and grave trumpet solo is added with weird cosmic sounds in the background. A pure krautrock hymn!!! The second track is a dynamic jazz rock composition with strange acid vocals at the end. Next we have a cool jazzy tune dominated by electric organ parts and a subtle improvised guitar solo. The fourth track begins with a peacful flute's line carry on a bright psychedelic improvisation mixing guitar patterns with flute / sax solo. The tune which closes the album is built around the piano, then comes jazzy guitar solo, apathetic trumpet parts and cosmic noises. Simple, honest, instrumental and well played this album is a must in Krautrock's first years.
philippe | 4/5 |


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