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Breathe

by The Motet

An eclectic set of musical styles ranging from the folkloric traditions of West Africa and Cuba to New Orleans funk, freeform improvisation, and even some chicken-pickin' rockabilly.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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2. What's Mine Is Georges
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3. Osain
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4. Obatala
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5. Sunu
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7. Ulysses' Falcon
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8. Nachez
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9. Jiti
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10. Hiatus
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11. Freedom Jazz Dance
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12. Yogi's Day Out
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The first release by The Motet, "Breathe", is an eclectic set of musical styles ranging from the folkloric traditions of West Africa and Cuba to New Orleans funk, freeform improvisation, and even some chicken-pickin' rockabilly. This album features the masterful guitar work of Ross Martin and the soulful vocals of Lara Maykovich. "Breathe", recorded for the most part in live settings, maintains a deep flow to the energy and groove throughout the record. Ii's a perfect example of the phrase "listen and play". And, of course, breathe.

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Edgar Rodriguez

Didn't expect it to be this good.
I've never been disappointed with a Motet album (owned Live and Instrumental Dissent) and I bought Breathe just to see what they sounded like when they started out. Turns out they were just as good back then as they are now. Great musicality and simply original.
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