Sv: [avant-progressive] Morsof "Heap"
- And at the same time could you detail us why you think Morsof is so good? Then - and until maybe further - people would have a positive (yours) and a rather negative (mine) opinion to judge (if needed) from. A blank recommandation only tells that you like it but not why. As to Softworks, I'd agree totally with Tomás.
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Fra: "Tomas Casanova" <tfcc2003@...>
Sendt: 5. december 2003 01:51
Emne: Re: [avant-progressive] Morsof "Heap"
"If you've been disappointed by the Soft Works fiasco"...
I really like that album, not the best, but a good one I think. I am very happy to see-hear this guys playing together again..., so, I´m just curious about why you think is a "fiasco"... ?
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Alexandre Siufy <alexandre@...> wrote:
Well, I'm listening to this CD now, and I can't help but want to
If you've been disappointed by the Soft Works fiasco, check these guys
out. Intense sax/bass/drums improvising, with guests on guitar (lots of
it), keys, and trombone (!).
- On 05/12/2003, at 09:29, Pierre Tassone wrote:
> And at the same time could you detail us why you think Morsof is soOh, absolutely. I apologise, as most on this list are not familiar
> good? Then - and until maybe further - people would have a positive
> (yours) and a rather negative (mine) opinion to judge (if needed)
> from. A blank recommandation only tells that you like it but not why.
> As to Softworks, I'd agree totally with Tomás.
with my musical tastes, so I suppose further commentary is in order...
Anyway, why did I think Morsof is so good? For starters, I loved the
raw recording quality, it's clear no studio trickery was involved. Then
there's the absolute energy coming from those improvs. You know, those
(improvs) can be problematic, sometimes very good but also sometimes
very meandering and pointless, and what struck me with these guys was
how inspired they were, with instruments placed at the right moment and
short, to-the-point solos. It's clear to me they were having tons of
fun recording this stuff!
I'm not a reviewer, so I won't attempt to make this a full blown
review. I just wanted to clue people in on some good music, and I just
provided the Soft Works album as a reference point. You're still free
to dislike either album, for all I care.
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