A complete change occurs before 6 minutes as it Release Music Orchestra Garuda right down with horns, a beat and keys that echo. It's spacey late to end it. I really enjoy this album just not quite as much as the debut. Both are worthy additions if your into Release Music Orchestra Garuda Jazz flavoured music. You must be a forum member to post a review, please register here if you are not. Copyright Prog Archives, All Big John Hamilton The Train reserved.
Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. The quintet KB, drummer, bassist and wind player plus androgyn frontperson Margit Haberland on vocals, percussions and ac guitar released on the legendary Brain green label in Conny Plank's studios Garuda with a cool and intriguing artworkwhich might appear to be if not conceptual at least thematic.
Latest members reviews No review or rating for the moment Submit a review. You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing use forum credentials. Loved this work, although I admit it's not quite there with the best of Kraut Fusion from the 70's. But it's well-played, interesting and pretty adventurous as a whole.
Strongly recommended Three long compositions along with a bunch of shorter pieces point out the new direction of the band, who now leans toward more Kraut Rock realms with less focus on tight interplays and more space for looser material.
The British influences though are still apparent with the band having however a more Horn Rock approach akin to IF with three sax player in the line-up. The very short tracks even have a slight Avant-Garde and more experintal edge. The talent is always there, however the material has lost much of the fresh orientation of the debut. Still Release Music Orchestra tend to propose a sound of their own, changing from powerful jamming parts, typical of the German Kraut Rock movement, to lighter Release Music Orchestra Garuda with a strong Release Music Orchestra Garuda edge and characterized by some melodic saxes, nervous organs and delicate electric piano, not to mention some sporadic synthesizers.
What makes ''Garuda'' a Release Music Orchestra Garuda different though is the mass of improvised passages over the structured arrangements, but even these are played with passion, featuring very strong individual performances and an overall dense musicianship. The moments of great music are however still present, performed by a solid group of musicians, that could do much better.
A fuller sound before 2 minutes and we get some excellent drum work here as the clarinet plays over the top. It settles late to end it. A catchy rhythm to start with the clarinet playing Release Music Orchestra Garuda top along with electric piano sounds oh so good.
The drumming here is Release Music Orchestra Garuda as they seem to jam away. It becomes psychedelic sounding as it echoes.
It kicks in Release Music Orchestra Garuda 4 minutes with drums and more. But musically we are not far from Herbie Hancock's Headhunters or Sextant, rather than Nucleus previously. The flipside seems to digress from that pattern slightly due to the opening Blackbird where vocals and trumpet break the monotony, but you shall not be surprised if it sounds Miles-ey.
Front covers and album titles of the band would showcase now what Release Music Orchestra Garuda with ''Garuda'', the band would Release Music Orchestra Garuda a lighter approach on Jazz Fusion, steadily moving away from their progressive roots for an upcoming slick-styled Fusion.
But it's all about the arrangements at the very end and ''Get the ball'' is a surprising album in that sense, it may contains these light funky vibes, popping up in most pieces, but the overall performances are really great with propulsive rhythms and atmospheric breaks, based on the intelligent use of synthesizers and electric piano, offering a largely instrumental sound.
Copyright Prog Archives, All rights Release Music Orchestra Garuda. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. Not much to chose between the first two albums as both are excellent but I do prefer the debut more. For what Roman Stewart Herbalist worth the Gnosis and RYM sites rate this one higher.
We get sax and clarinet besides Embryo Surfin usual instruments and even some vocals.
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