PCRV / Vertonen - Deep Time - Matt Taggart and Blake Edwards creating sublime dreamscapes before finding the ear next to the white picket fence and showing us what lies beneath. CDr...
Friday, February 26, 2010
Bill Cosby - Badfoot Brown & The Bunions Bradford Funeral & Marching Band (1971)
I've always had a weird love affair with Bill Cosby. I thought he'd be a great dad to have. I loved his obsession with jazz, and the way he danced on his show. Recently this album was brought to my attention, and after hearing it for the first time all I could think was, "I knew I loved Bill Cosby for a reason". It's not so much a surprise as it is a huge sigh of relief, I knew that he should be a part of something like this. Featured on the keys, Cosby brings us an incredible instrumental freak out jazz experiment. It's a very dark and contemplative work. At points just hanging on the edge of a beat, then cruising back in with all of the spirit and passion one band can muster, with a tribute to the late Martin Luther King Jr., this album is very powerful. Enjoy!
Cruise on it little babies!
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