Classic album, surprisingly short. A good mix of upbeat funky songs with slow melodic love songs. Lots of involvement from intsruments like the organ and strings.
No my usualy sort of music but suprisingly enjoyable. An intersting fusion of techno-ish music with a punk-like feel and even some more rock-like songs. A real mixed bag of tunes here. But nonetheless enjoyable! Especially the slower song at the end of the album.
Very mysterious and chaotic. Sometimes in a soothing way but more often worrysome. Reminded me of the show Preacher, whenever there were a scene when god was present the music would be ominous and dense in layers of instruments clashing as they play. An enjoyable listen and definitly creates a scene in your mind.
Amazing album, would almost say its a no skip album. Amazing fusion of funky and jazzy styles with a consistent upbeat rhythm. Favourite songs are Black cow and Deadon blues. A suprisingly short album considering the amount of great songs in it!
Should've known from the album cover art that this would be an extremely pyschadelic sounding and feeling album. Some good song on here but overall maybe a bit too weird for my liking. The addlibs are a little bit terrifying at times but they definitly feed into the overall vision of the album. Continuous rhythms cut up with odd noises all about the place and unusual guitar motifs make it an unusual listening experience. I'm sure it'd be great to listen to in the right setting but I feel as though today, currently in the library, it isnt the one. Some elements border on lines of similarity with a previous Miles Davis album with similar chaos and unordered noise, which somehow manages to work in creating a sort of auora about it. Very mysterious frequencies. Wrote this about halfway through; Second half is distinctly less musically weird but lyrically very strange still. In a very enjoyable way, almost beatles esque. Not what I expected from Pink Floyd.
Listened a while back so cant fully remember the details, however I do remember it being a very in depth experience with a focus of unqiue sounds.
I always had Hugh Masekela down as an upbeat afro-jazz style artist, but this being one of his earlier albums its interesting to see his roots began in slow jazz. Almost reminicent of Dizzy Gillespie with the focus on the trumpet and interesting motifs. A very enjoyable album, mixing mood and speeds across the entire album.
Quite a quick listen, one which passed without much notice. Not that I didn't like it, but just not my type of music. Some good songs but an overall repetative sound which I wasnt too keen on. Can see how others really like this kind of music.
Nice album, lots of cool jazz samples and a real range of music!