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Desert Trailer

by Axel Mundi

The style is psychedelic, but don't assume anything from that; aside from the prelude there are seven songs with lyrics--some introspective, some tales from a kind of acid-drenched Western reality--reflected off the desert landscape of Southwest America.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Prelude in F
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2. The Mayor's Brother
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3. Recliner
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4. No Honey Blues
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5. Here Is There
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6. Desert Dreaming
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7. Me You and Charles Too
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8. Prince the Dog
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Axel Mundi, 66, still calls himself a hippie, because he came of age in the 1960s and '70s, during which time he absorbed every kind of popular music that had anything to do with rock or pop, and a fair amount of jazz as well. These years were also spent roaming the National Parks of southern Utah, from a home base in Salt Lake City. Later, while living in Seattle, he was part of a band (Diamond Fist Werny) that made waves in the Seattle Music Scene during the Grunge years of the 1990s with a style that flew under the radar of all the major labels who were looking for the next Pearl Jam or Soundgarden and became one of the most popular club bands on the local scene. A few years later, in 2008, he began making solo albums based on all those experiences, and calling it Psychedelic Rock. "All successful music is psychedelic," he claims, "in the sense that it can bring about mind-altering experiences within the listener." The new album is the culmination of ten years of developing his style. It is full of humor and introspection, rock and blues songs, stories and multi-instrumental playing, distilling his sound down to the basics. Now living in southern Utah, his imagination is fed by the sights and sounds of the upper reaches of the Mojave Desert.

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