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by Lomo

Top notch Jazz Fusion
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Surge (alt. take)
4:59 $0.99
2. Serpent Handling (alt. take)
4:26 $0.99
3. Present Climate (alt. take)
6:09 $0.99
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Lomo plays a lean, smart kind of jazzy instrumental rock that recalls the minutemen as much as it evokes Miles Davis. On this new EP, Lomo revisits songs from the 2002 CD Painkiller, with sometimes radically different alternate versions. The London-based band features Diego Kovadloff (bass), Simon Pearson (drums) and Mark Preston (guitar), aided on some tracks by a rotating cast of accomplished players: Guy Barker (trumpet), Dominic Glover (trumpet and flugelhorn), Jean Toussaint (tenor sax).
Fury reframes Painkiller’s “The Surge”, “Serpent Handling” and “Present Climate” as persistent guitar jams at times colored by intense trumpet parts. These three catchy energetic tunes are given a dashing treatment, making for a strong, engaging EP. Lomo plays an immediate, unpretentious jazz/rock/funk hybrid that blows away the bloated fusion stereotype.

By Nick Bensen, Free City Media, May 2008



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Alexandros Galanos

Furious alternate takes
As the title suggests the three tracks, which are alternate takes from the same songs in Lomo's "Painkiller" album, are played in a faster tempo and with more fury. A pleasure to listen to and certainly there will be arguments between fans as to which takes are better. The alternate takes sound seemingly slightly less controlled in terms of the playing, there are more improvisations and the mixing of the tracks is slightly different in terms of effects and ambiance, giving the E.P. a more live production style, which makes it a great standalone showcase of musical talent and a worthy addition to the Lomo collection.