Saturday, June 12, 2010

JEREMY STEIG-MONIUM, LP, 1974, USA


Flute-y fusion gorgeousness from the lips of maestro Steig, one of the early pioneers of the jazz rock idiom via his work in Jeremy & The Satyrs in the late 60's alongside Eddie Gomez. Steig's approach during this period was perhaps most comparable to early 70's outings by The Chris Hinze Combination like Who Can See The Shadow Of The Sun. The best cuts here are also the longest, with Monium featuring what is perhaps my favorite Steig track ever: a ten minute slice of ethno-psychedelic delirium called Djinn Djinn that'll slowly tighten the psychotropic band around your temples with it's snake-y weave, though Dream Passage's fluidly aerated flow will leave you feeling like you're floating several inches off of the ground as well.

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6 comments:

LYSERGICFUNK said...

Many Thanks
guido from :
http://lysergicfunk.blogspot.com/

PoWeR sHeRlOcK said...

Wonder if this you cup o tea or not? Check it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzIiKYYwfNA&feature=related

Lovely....

Anonymous said...

beastie boys sampled jeremy steig

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_j8mCuK-3c

taro nombei said...

thanks in advance...
cheers
TN

DOUBLE AVENUE said...

Great, great, great... mutant souns rocks.

edlorado said...

thanks great musician