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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 29 June 2006
Everyone needs this EP in their life, that is if they have any sense of what makes good music. This is an EP with ambiance, melody and delight. It is a journey through the amazon with a pulse. It does not over indulge in ambiant scapes that have you feeling like you need a slap round the face with a wet kipper. Instead it soothes the soul and uplifts the mind, giving just the right mix of alternative, jazz and funky beats. It is expermental and interesting while always holding itself together and never confuses the listener. It is also suitable for any age not excluding fans of a good tune and harmony. The jazzy piano and trumpets beautifully mix with more electronic sounds producing a unique style that is quite obviously the vinyl gibbon.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Found this guy on MySpace. Wildly eclectic, deep and groovy, he uses piano and layers multi-textures of loops and electronica to produce a dense, organic, involving amalgam which seems to draw influences magpie-like fron many global sources. This is densely layered alien smoke-jazz of the highest order. Worth the effort to track him down...mesmerising
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 26 July 2006
Mmm, yeah... that hazy, sexy, sensual ache of desperately smoky lounge meeting sex jazz, muted trumpet, really pointy extended jazz chords softened by sultry keyboards and a trip hoppy, 70's flashback groove that casts one hell of a spell over the mind, altering your consciousness like a refined substance, be it whiskey, cigarrettes or something heavier. Using synthesizers and various instruments and colors to create a stealthy blend of beat, harmony and funky melody, The Vinyl Gibbon is at the very least, one hell of a party album.
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