|Tsahar/Cooper-Moore/Taylor / Digital Primitives|
|Add Date:||2007-02-18||Pull Date:||2007-04-22||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||22 Apr||1 Apr||18 Mar||11 Mar||25 Feb|
|1.||Mon, 18 Apr 11:||Farmer Flap-Jack|
|4.||Fri, 16 Mar 07:||Wedge|
|2.||Fri, 20 Apr 07:||Wedge|
|5.||Sun, 04 Mar 07:||the id|
Multiple Personality Disorder
|3.||Tue, 27 Mar 07:||Cincinnati Kid|
|6.||Fri, 23 Feb 07:||Wedge|
Catchy and sometimes funky, a trio led by sax and backed by percussive sounds. Great stuff that's often got the air of a sidewalk street band. Tends more towards beats and grooves than "free jazz," although you get some tastes of that too (3,5,9,11). Check out the song on track 2, it's nice. FCC clean.|
1- Mid/fast funky, kind of a jagged bass rhythm and pleasant sax lines
2- Calmly bouncing and sly, w/chipper vocals about St. Peter. Kind of old-time jazzy with a modern sway
3- Fairly fast little jam
4- Kalimba (thumb piano) chiming, light and relaxing.
5- Bright free-jazz sax over a digging drum beat
6- A bit dark, more subtle and twangy. Nice little beat, though.
7- Builds into a soulful street-jazz jam: funky, spare, unpolished
8- Gentle, warbly jam with kalimba, kind of pretty
9- Groany free jazz, a slow-burn soulful feel
10- Gentle rock-a-bye feel with kalimba and sax. Quite nice.
11- Bright, a bit edgy. Nice fast drums.
|1.||Turn It Up||6.||Digital Primitives|
|2.||Ol' Saint Peter||7.||Misanthropes|
|3.||Human Interface||8.||True To Life|
|4.||Electric Garden||9.||Money Wars|
|11.||Back It Up|