Thursday, April 26, 2018

Annette Peacock & Paul Bley - Dual Unity (1972)


Previously on OPIUM HUM:
Paul Bley - Fragments (1986)

Blissed-out, psychedelic, jam-heavy jazz-rock helmed by bassist-vocalist Annette Peacock and keyboardist Paul Bley. The monolithic "MJ" maintains a mostly mellow, stone-y vibe throughout, while the rest of the album explores more frantic, free-jazz territory.

Track listing:
1. MJ
2. Gargantuan Encounter
3. Richter Scale
4. Dual Unity

It's a dream

Also listen to:
Alice Coltrane & Carlos Santana -
Illuminations (1974)
Picchio dal Pozzo -
Picchio dal Pozzo (1976)

3 comments:

  1. jesus h christ i like this! thanks

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  2. Thanks so much!

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  3. so great! Annette is an incredible musician and presence - an album credited to
    Paul Bley alone titled Improvisie is the same line-up pretty much and also wonderful. Thank you for putting this up, Mr. Dear_Spirit!

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