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HASH(0x936dd18c) out of 5 stars Humanized electronics 12 July 2004
By Jan P. Dennis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Bill Wells has done something on this disc that I don't know has ever been achieved before: He's made electronic music absolutely approachable while retaining its distinct character.
The year's only half done, and this is, really, only half a disc (21 minutes' worth), but I don't think it's going to be topped this year.
What Bill Wells has done is conceptualize music that--although it's never been played before--sounds absolutely natural and even inevitable. Playing computer and sampler with bandmates Stefan Schneider (synthesizers, bass), and Anne Whitehead (trombone, melodica), plus Barbara Morgenstern on keyboards on two cuts, he crafts a unique soundscape, at once mysterious/playful/intimate and industrial/distant. Kinda like our modern world.
Serene, ethereal, plodding, glorious, mundane; this music gets under your skin.
Big time.
One interesting thing about this disc is that it sounds quite experimental. For example, most of the cuts just seem to quit, abruptly, in mid-statement. But somehow, given the vibe, it seems entirely appropos. Like, let's try this, see what happens, then high tail it outta there. Which they do. And, weirdly, which seems to work.
Like Picasso pencil drawings.
I'm waiting for the full canvases.
Given these sketches, they should be quite something.
But, even if they never materialize, I'm sticking with what we've, serendipitously, been give here.
My disc of the year.
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