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3.43 | 12 ratings | 3 reviews | 17% 5 stars

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Live, released in 1999

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Technology and Industry (5:16)
2. Familiar Winds (12:12)
3. Forbidden by Rule (8:00)
4. Reflections from the Firepool (9:30)
5. Province 19: The Visage of War (8:13)
6. Shaman's Descent (7:33)
7. Jammin' at Mike & J's (14:13)
8. Run Cerberus Run (9:24)

Total Time: 74:22

Line-up / Musicians

- Gayle Ellett / electric guitar, keyboards, effects
- Mike Henderson / electric guitar
- Chuck Oken Jr. / drums, keyboards, effects
- Henry J. Osborne / electric bass, bottled bass

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DJAM KARET Live At Orion ratings distribution

(12 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(17%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(58%)
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Review by Greger
3 stars This is DJAM KARET's tenth release and it's a mix between improvisation and structure. It was recorded live without overdubs at Orion Sound Studios, Baltimore, Maryland, on the evenings of September 25 & 26, 1998. Here you can hear songs from their albums "The Ritual Continues", "Reflections From The Firepool", "Burning The Hard City" and "The Devouring" as well as improvised material. - Although their music is hard to categorize, you can hear reminiscences to GENESIS, KING CRIMSON, OZRIC TENTACLES and PINK FLOYD. My favorite song is "Forbidden By Rule" from their 1997 album "The Devouring". This is an honest live album you shouldn't be disappointed with if you're a fan of DJAM KARET and similar music.
Review by lor68
4 stars This is their best live so far, which is a remarkable "sample" of their ability and creativity as well. Of course you have to be involved with an atypical "Modern Art Rock genre", however the album is worth checking out at least (whenever you are always interested in such a good contemporary "Art rock"... naturally.)
Review by Prog-jester
3 stars Nice late KC-inspired instrumental Prog. I guess we all have heard dozens of bands of that kind, and I must admit DJAM KARET didn't impressed me that much (I know two bands which are usually compared with DM, and they're better ;) ). They play good and have groovy timings (even when they're hella irregular), but it feels less challenging than you can imagine. Just a good jamming band, with some really good instrumentals like "Run Cerberus Run". Recommended mostly for KC-devotees.

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