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Agitation Free


Review by Gary Hill

This album brings more psychedelia and even some jazz to the table. It's still got a lot of space rock, though. I really like this one quite a bit. It's a rarity in that it has some vocals.

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Track by Track Review
Someone's Secret

Jam band sounds meet jazz and prog on this cool tune. The space elements rise up, as well. This has some rather psychedelic rock vocals later in the track. There is a hard rocking movement, too.

Mickey's Laugh

Here we get another classy psychedelic rock jam. This is cool stuff. There are jam band elements and a lot of psychedelic rock is built into it, too.

We Are Man

Here is another cool jam. It is really very much space rock meets jam band sound. There are some classic sounding bits here. In a lot of ways this makes me think of The Doors.

Mediterranean Flight
A shorter, mellower cut, this is solid and intriguing.
This is a pretty crazed jam. It's rather bizarre, but works pretty well. There are mellower moments later. In a lot of ways this makes me think of early Pink Floyd.
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