14 Songs, 1 Hour


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3 Ratings

Grandmaster Mulligan ,

There and AK again...

This review dates December of 2014, years after this album entered and faded the critical community amongst which it swam. But the exit wound it left demands re-examination. And yet it is to be me who will raise the first toast? Surely the sheer bulk of reviews, nay, the brightness of this virtual sky in coping with the hundreds of five-star comments has broken the review-receptor and rendered further laud impossible! Yes? Not knowing, but seeing the void here, I continue. This record is amazing, and marks more-or-less the beginning of a victory march homeward to a banquet at a gilded city spire for the Family. It is meant to be consumed in one sitting; literally seated on your nearby tassled burlap floor pillow, while the kettle deigns to interrupt, heralding in harmony with slide guitar the readied hibiscus tea needed for this aural adventure. Listen to it, then stop not listening to it.

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