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4.06 | 46 ratings

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4 stars Bold, unruly, full of texture and sound effects, Dave Kerman's music is a strange and troubled statement of modern progressive rock. Kerman plays all the instruments but gets fine help from Udi Koorman on 'sounds' and singer Deborah Perry, both helping Dave's vision of living music to breathe. The album was recorded in Tel Aviv, giving the session an urgency that darkly reflects in the compositions. 'Avant garde', 'RIO', call it what you will, this stuff will put you off your corn flakes in the most delicious way.
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