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Spaced Out


Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.83 | 31 ratings

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kev rowland
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4 stars The second album by Spaced Out is much like the first in the sense that it is mostly an instrumental jazz-rock influenced progressive album that is mostly bass-led. That is because bandleader and composer Antoine Fafard is a superb bassist, and has put the band together to play his songs. This quartet are no mean slouches in the instrumental stakes, with guitarist Louis Côté in particularly fine form. Although the songs themselves are structured, the musicians improvised the solo passages yet managed just to keep the right side of total self- indulgence.

I enjoyed playing the album, both when listening intently, or just relaxing with a good glass of red wine, and that is all I ever ask from jazz. Why not visit the label's web site at

Originally appeared in Feedback #64, Oct 01

kev rowland | 4/5 |


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