Wendel

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Ed Buckley
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Ed Buckley A band I'd not thought of in some time (I have Low Electric Worker on disc) I'm pleased to see this; apparently their first one. This is what I think of as electric jazz; not for any electronic elements; but rather because it's the type of jazz that tries to convince you it's fusion. This is REALLY good. Thanks to Dillon for making me aware of it. :-)
Dillon Ethier
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Dillon Ethier Some of the most unique fusion I've heard in a long time. Fusion typically describes the result of combining jazz with late 60s-early 70s rock, and everything that came from that union. This is more like modern jazz informed by modern alt/indie rock. Perhaps the heavy usage of bass chords gives me that impression? I'm not sure. However you describe it, I love it! Favorite track: Oblarvikom.
Mark Jamieson
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Mark Jamieson Hub is my jam. This shit bounces so hard it hurts. Thank you, Kneebody, for creating the soundtrack to the conception of my future children. Favorite track: Hub.
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released January 1, 2002

adam benjamin
kaveh rastegar
ben wendel
nate wood

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