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Forever Dolphin Love
 
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Forever Dolphin Love

20 Jan. 2012 | Format: MP3

5.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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Not one to write reviews but having seen the previous critic giving this 1 star and comparing it unfavourably to Yoko Ono I though I had to act so that no one was put off buying one of the best albums of the year. It has a nice trippy feel veering on balaeric at times. Excellent.
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Don't believe the one-star review. This is a hypnotic and original album, which is a breath of fresh air. It's lo-fi sounding production is a beautiful aesthetic, akin to early Devendra Banhart or Gonjasufi. Personally, I cannot stop listening to it. If you like alternative music, this is definately one for you.
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This a wonderful CD - chock full of imagination and creativity, Puck-like enthusiasm and otherworldly melodies. It's slightly different, and it might take you out of your comfort zone at first, but it wont take long until you fall in love it.

Imagine the music Pink Floyd might have made if Syd Barratt hadn't lost the plot, and cross that with some obscure New Zealand Indie records from the 80's and 90's (such as Dadamah's 'This is not a Dream' - which he is clearly influenced by) and you are getting close to Connan Mockasin. Brilliant.
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The first three tracks are excellent, then the live tracks are repeats of the first three within a bar or chord or two. It unusual in as much that his guitar playing sounds like someone thrashing around in the vain hope of finding the right key but when he does he seems to relish in it. Check out the Fake Jazz you tube video and Choade my dear also to give you some idea of what your letting yourself in for.
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This is a great album and in the current musical climate is a breath of fresh air as it is so decidedly noncommercial in conception and production. It is genuinely experimental and melodic at the same time, something that is difficult to do well. Think Robert Wyatt or Kevin Ayers solo albums.

The only criticism I would have of it is that sometimes the lo-fi bedroom production is perhaps too muddy and effected to the detriment of the melodies. However, the additional live CD is a lot clearer and more straight forward sounding and is actually my preferred disc of the two. It really shows off his guitar playing and singing voice a lot better in my opinion.

I have heard a lot of people comparing this album to older psychedelic stuff like Pink Floyd and there definitely is some influence in there but I think Conan actually has a much more unique voice and sound than most. Also when i saw him live I was very suprised by actually how quietly he sings and plays guitar. It's very unusual to here modern guitarists with such subtlety and control.
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