Fmrje | Live on 11.11.11

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Live on 11.11.11

by Fmrje

Full Metal Rapper and FMRJE burning on the edge of creativity with a message in acid jazz funk.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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Album Notes
FMRJE & Sir Jake:
Sir Jake the first Full Metal Rapper return to FMRJE.
James Kelly-rap, Hilary Noble-tenor saxophone/congas, Forbes
Graham-trumpet/percussion, Chris Florio-electric guitar/synthi, David Warren-electric
bass, Dennis Warren-drums/timbales

Surveys the same rhythmic ground as the Last Poets, undulates in free-form
jazz/funk groove wave across Ornette to Hendrix to Material and Last Exit,
screams the same incendiary socio-political message as Gil Scott-Heron,
all the while the band lays down the heaviest set of grooves we've heard
this side of a sweat-soaked early -'70's James Brown LP side. . While
admittedly James Kelly's rap could sometimes use the occasional tightening
up (he's not quite reached the oratorical dynamism of a Chuck D. just yet,
but he's already better than most), his voice nonetheless commands



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