Album: Solus 3, The Sky Above the Roof (Solus 3)
Sunday 04 July 2010
They don't come any more uncategorisable than this.
Bass, drums, harp and voices improvising with structure and reference, but never closing the door behind them once they enter a room. Fans of Miles Davis and Vaughan Williams should pay attention.
The former because you will like the vibe, the latter because the title track is a sort of cover of V-W's setting of the Verlaine poem. "Mobius Trip" dares to be 12 minutes long yet doesn't waste a second. "Shapeshifter" does exactly what it says in the title.
Is the comedy album making a comeback?comedy
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