Android Trio | Road Songs

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Road Songs

by Android Trio

Featuring members of The Grandmothers and The Magic Band, this record covers a wide landscape of stylistic terrain including doom metal, third stream jazz and progressive rock.
Genre: Jazz: Third Stream
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Diminished Returns
5:13 album only
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2. Bayview
4:33 album only
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3. Rough Year
2:39 album only
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4. 24 Hours in Berlin
6:22 album only
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5. Untitled
3:05 album only
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6. Dear Osper
5:49 album only
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7. Blues for Charlie
6:45 album only
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8. Kpanitsa
8:09 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Each track on Road Songs is a separate aural journey. At the core of “Diminished Returns” is a syncopated, grooving march that supports a soaring guitar fanfare and extended, Zappa-esque solo. “Bay View,” inspired by Niven’s home in Northern California, has a decidedly more soulful veneer with Klerks delivering a busy, hand-tapped ostinato throughout that is remarkable for being both lulling and technically active. The most menacing moment arrives in the manic middle section of “Untitled” which evokes the nervous breakdown of a disenfranchised robot. The elegiac “Blues for Charlie”, dedicated to the late Charlie Haden, features an extended, alap-like introduction on bass and “Kopanitsa” closes the set with a playful take on the traditional Balkan dance form as filtered through the polyrhythmic lens of modern jazz. Road Songs is a multifarious album with enumerable points of entry that will satisfy listeners and devotees of many diverse styles.

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