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Autumn Somewhere by The Subjazz Proxy

Mostly mellow, drugs-in-the-form-of-music to soothe and calm the savage and easily annoyed beast that rages in my soul non-stop these days. Refer to selves as "sonically.... a bridge between contemporary alternative or acid jazz idioms and the schools that spawned these quirky, cool mutations.... " - uh, yes - ".... no insipid 'smooth jazz' here, these sessions were all about improvisation, pressure and risk, accidents, surprises and 'mistakes' have been left intact.... ".

Ahhh, yes. Sweet piano tinklings beckon, inviting me just chill already and let the vibes crawl over; crying trumpet and flugelhorn sadden the soul, making it that much harder to pick up my own horn again; uneasy flute trillings urge the soul to keep fighting and the album's end demands a punch of the repeat button to listen all night long and dream of things that don't seem possible in the light of day.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: The Subjazz Proxy
  • CD Title: Autumn Somewhere
  • Genre: Other
  • Year Released: 1998
  • Record Label: Lucid Subjazz
  • Rating: Five Stars
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