Saturday, March 17, 2007

EDWARD VESALA-SATU, LP, 1977, FINLAND




Operating at a truly blissed peak of acidy fusion experimentation, the way the drifting, autumnal slow bleeds of reverbed trumpet ripple against Terje Rypdal's teased out tendrils of elegiac acid guitar (highly reminiscent of his "Whenever I Seem To Be Far Away" album) is positively wrenching. Germany's Dzyan and Australia's Quasar are two touchstones for this species of astral jazz rock, and all are more than a touch stoned.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey thank. A great up. Looking forward to hearing this! Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Awesome beautiful album. This is the stuff that gave ECM a good name! Thanks a million!!!

hideo said...

I would be truly overjoyed if this treasure would magically reappear ...

Calisan said...

Please re-post this wonderful set!
Thanks for all beauty!