|S.O.S. / Looking For The Next One|
|Album:||Looking For The Next One||Collection:||General|
|Add Date:||2014-09-12||Pull Date:||2014-11-14|
|Week Ending:||Nov 16||Nov 2||Sep 21|
|1.||Nov 13, 2014:||Meow |
|3.||Sep 19, 2014:|| In The Year 1000, 8000: After Hours Edition |
Up There, Trio Trio, Suite, Introduction
|2.||Nov 01, 2014:||Clean Copper Radio |
|4.||Sep 17, 2014:||Brownian Motion |
Artist: John Surman, Mike Osbourne, Alan Skidmore |
Album: Looking For The Next One (With Disc 1 and 2)
Genre: Jazz/ Avant-Jazz/ Archival
RIYL: Loose Ends, Midnight Star, Lakeside, Mtume
S.O.S., a jazz enthusiatic composers, compiled rare and unissued studio sessions and auditory feast in Looking For The Next One. Within the content, they don’t just contain the band’s products but also their individuals’ OP, instilled with their enthusiasm and excitements.
1. **News(Surman)(2:53)- Fade in electric, suddenyl bursts with casual sax, terrific.
2. Rashied(Rashied Ali) (8:53)- Brief exquisites. Overall lively, brisk, and sounds urbanized. Like New Yorkers walking on the streets.
3. Looking For The Next One(14:22)- grotesque beginning but spellbinding; 4:00 inserts with delicate piano, haunting beauty; mystic rhythm. 10:30 turns quick and casual.
4. **Country Dance(SOS) (7:43)- nocturnal, detached; a snowy night walking alone on a suburban street; reserved and vulnerable; a fairy’s surrealistic and psychedelic dream that brings you into the foreign world.
5. Q.E. Hall (Surman) (14.16)- processed, electric and sax constant disturbs. Compact, terse rhythm resounds around the ears.
6. The Mountain Road(Traditional, arranged by Surman) (4:47)- Ready to begin a big hunt, living in the wild. The delicacy sprinkled, resounding rhythm brings listeners to the end.
1. Introduction (1:06)- Introduction, talking to the crowds and audiences.
2. Suite (SOS) (25:17)- Crazy jazzs with sax, piano. Jazzy and chaotic ecstasy. One night riding bike on the highway alone with enormous imgainations.
3. Trio Trio (SOS) (23:28)- Cosmopolitan, auditorial beauty resounds in the imaginary area. Unspeakable quick, brief rhythm hovering around the hollow. Leaving an intriguing ending.
4. Up There (SOS) (15:11)- Interesting, troublesome, a worker tries to clean up a mess after cauing it happened. Funny, mischievous rhythm.
5. Legends (Surman) (2:13)- Like background musics. Having a casual rest after a diligent working from the office, but like a little troublesome melody.
|1.||News||6.||The Mountain Road|
|3.||Looking For The Next One||8.||Suite|
|4.||Country Dance||9.||Trio Trio|
|5.||Q.E. Hall||10.||Up There|