|Peet, Wayne Quartet / Wayne Peet Quartet|
|Album:||Wayne Peet Quartet||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Peet, Wayne Quartet||Added:||01/2006|
|Add Date:||2006-01-15||Pull Date:||2006-03-19||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||19 Mar||5 Mar||19 Feb||5 Feb||29 Jan||22 Jan|
|1.||May 27, 2008:||nag champa orangeasm |
|4.||Mar 02, 2006:||Rock in a Position |
|2.||Mar 17, 2006:||Memory Select |
|5.||Feb 14, 2006:||Morning Glory |
|3.||Mar 16, 2006:||Rock in a Position: phoning it in edition |
|6.||Feb 03, 2006:||Memory Select |
Five Doors [excerpt]
Psych-jazz jams. A heavy, heady brew with spacey organ and lots of burning, fuzzed-out guitar sounds from Nels Cline and G.E. Stinson. It's got tangible beats and even some funkiness on 1 and 3, but also some long abstract stretches. Nice mind-expanding stuff. Track 3 could fit a rock/surf mood, while Track 2 might play nicely on noise shows. |
1- Fast swirly start with chops of guitar and some angry peaks on drums. First 5 minutes make a nice excerpt. Then it abruptly veers into slower, more sparse territory -- spacey stuff -- for most of the track. Some fast snappy organ for the last two minutes.
2- Eerie start into a slowly swaying, gentle segment. Around -7:30, gets loud, with groaning, unsettling guitar screeches, then plunges into a fast groove around -5:30 for an exciting few minutes.
3- Bluesy riffs, loud midtempo rockin'. Great big guitar sounds and some cool fast soloing.
|1.||Five Swirls||2.||Five Doors|