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SYMMETRIC COMMUNICATION

Kris Gietkowski

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Studio Album, released in 2018

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. F(X)
A. Transmission In 3...2...1... (4:58)
B. Deep Fried Calculations (8:50)
C. The Final Equation (5:50)
2. A Visit To Newport Hospital (8:24)
3. Divided By Zero (11:04)

Total Time 39:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Kris Gietkowski / Keyboards

Releases information

LP - Fruits de Mer Records - Strange Fish Fourteen (2018, UK)
LP Limited Edition Silver/Purple Vinyl - Fruits de Mer Records - Strange Fish Fourteen (2018, UK)
CD - Fruits de Mer Records - Strange Fish Fourteen (2018, UK)

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Review by kev rowland
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Crossover Team
4 stars Strange Fish is a sub-label of Fruits de Mer Records, who release classic and obscure tracks, reinterpreted by artists who love them, along with new songs by bands that have their roots in the 60's/70's. Starnge Fish was launched to cater for releases that went beyond that remit, and here we have the second album from Kris Gietkowski on the label. Initially discovered through YouTube, Gietkowski had recorded instgrumental versions of most of Egg's debut album, and found it strange that anyone would want to release them! But, that's exactly what happened and the limited edition vinyl release sold out. As did the re-press.

Now he is back with his second album, with two of his own songs sandwiching Egg's "A Visit To Newport Hospital", and the result is forty minutes of music which makes one think that the last forty-fifty years just didn't happen. While the drumming is back at best, at least it is a real kit, but the highlight is the very dated and grunty organ sound being deployed. When I paid a visit to his YouTube channel I wasn't surprised at all to see some Atomic Rooster numbers up there. But, as well as driving through forcefully, there is also a delicacy in his arrangements with layered organ working well with some well-constructed basslines. This is Canterbury style music of the highest order, something that honestly does come across as a long-lost album as opposed to one being released in 2018. As well as the vinyl which is what expected from the label, this is also being made available in a limited edition CD which contains a bonus song not available on the album. The complete album can be heard through Kris's YouTube channel so why not search him out and give this a try, then order the album from FdM as if you are a fan of this style of music there really is no other choice.

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