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Agitation Free

Live 74

Review by Gary Hill

This live set is strong. It's not a huge change from their other music, but there are some great instrumental segments,

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Track by Track Review
Through The Moods

There is definitely a Pink Floyd kind of vibe underway here - early Floyd, perhaps mixed with the Dead. We get some smoking hot jamming later.

First Communication
If the last tune had some Grateful Dead in the mix, this one is very much based on their sound. It really feels like a Dead space jam.
Dialogue & Random
Percussion and weirdness makes up this piece.
Laila

This is another healthy slab of space music and jam band sounds.

In The Silence Of The Morning Sunrise
They don't reinvent the wheel here, but this has some great jamming built into it.
Big Fuzz

This comes in after some silence and rises up in textural, spacey ways. There is some killer jamming on this piece.

 
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