|Anthem Salgado / Knuckle Up Butterfly|
|Album:||Knuckle Up Butterfly||Collection:||General|
|Label:||<No Label Info>|
|Add Date:||2006-03-12||Pull Date:||2006-05-14|
|Week Ending:||26 Mar|
|1.||Mar 22, 2006:||The Dub Space |
Music and poetry, mostly for hippies, squares will enjoy the best of this as well. Nice guitar playing is a jazzy/laid back funk way, warm feel to disc overall.|
+1. Nice gentle bass & elec guitar groove for the first 3 mins, ending poetry about the good old days of social discourse. Feels good.
2.Groovy music, excerpts of a Muni bus driver doing his driverly duties
3.Indian-like singing & drum
4.Jazzy guitar, vocals low in mix
5.Nearly acapella. Minorities go to war, patriotism=commercialism.
+6.pleasant musical track, guitar meanders along, some free quiet singing
7.Human beatbox by breathing, interesting texture. Then jaw harp. Poetry starts halfway through, pseudo-scientific sociological stream-of-consciousness. Wacky
8. in outer space, very wacky. (This sounds like the last of the ‘concert’ tracks)
9.Latin sequenced music is fun, vocals semi-rap
10.jam between human beatbox, bass, and guitar, interesting
11.Another Indian-sounding song like 3
12.Just wrapping up the show, naming band members, audience noise, etc.
13, 14.random vocal jams- I like 14 better, interesting all the way through.