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Zero / No Frills

by Blim

150 minutes of superb Prog Space Jazz Punk Rock, lurching from lush psychedelia to complex harsh modern jazz, featuring Andy Read, Neil Spragg (Sir Real) & Tony Child (DJ Surgeon).
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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27. The Eagle
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
" Imagine Ozric Tentacles, King Crimson and Frank Zappa at an Allan Holdsworth backyard BBQ, and you might get something like BLIM. You want this. " - http://aural-innovations.com/blog/2013/09/blim-zero-no-frills-self-released-2013-2-cd-blm-001-originally-released-1992-1993/

Blim are delighted to be able to offer you these fully digitally remastered definitive editions of the two acclaimed Blim albums of the 1990s in one delicious double CD gatefold pack, together with never-before-heard bonus tracks, photos, lyrics and general havoc.

Featuring Dr. Andy Read on guitar, Neil Spragg (aka Sir Real) on drums, Tony Child (aka DJ Surgeon) on unusual noises, and bassists BJ Gardiner and Robert Illesh, plus flutes, saxes and allsorts, this two-and-a-half-hour romp through the Blimsphere lurches from lush psychedelia to complex, harsh, modern jazz, journeying through all the musical lands of the Prog Space Jazz Punk Rock universe.

But so as not to parp on our own trumpet, let us allow others to speak for us; Here are a few excerpts from reviews of the original 1990s albums:

"Outstanding festival psychedelic space rock band"
"Two of the best albums I've heard from the entire festival scene"
"One of the most exciting contemporary psychedelic bands"
"Top notch musicianship"
"Brilliant guitar work throughout"
"The interplay between rhythm section and solo instruments is absolutely breath-taking at some points. These guys can play!"
"Amazing psychedelic instrumental sounds"
"Harsh, almost modern jazz"
"Plenty of difficult time changes and all sorts of fiddly bits"
"Superb" ... "with a jazz psych edge"
"More progressive" ... "more complex level"
"Intense improvisations and laid back extraterrestrial sounds"
"Powerful, almost completely instrumental form of keyboards- and guitar-based psychedelic rock, with lots of jazz influences"
"Psychedelic entertainment and elaborate musicianship"
"One of the best tape releases of 1993"
"Great space psych band"
"Recommended to anybody; it's too good to be true."

Oh, and finally: http://www.blimmusic.co.uk - "You might think that this is quite strange"

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