Sunday, August 15, 2021

Consider The Source - World War Trio Parts II + III (2015)

The fourth album from this US band.

The band is a trio with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, ukulele, guitar synths, banjo, percussion and some Middle - East and Indian instruments.

This band is really left-field and totally out on the fringes of the prog rock and jazz scene. Something their previous albums has demonstrated.

Two hours and twelve minutes of instrumental music is what we get here.

There is a wide variety of music though. From Western metal and fusion to much more North - African, Middle - East, Asian and Indian folk music.

That makes the music pretty interesting indeed and keeps up the listener's attention.

That itself is difficult with instrumental modern music.

First and foremost, this is a good album indeed and it does not feel too long.

Strangely as that sound.....

This album is well worth checking out from this weird band. A band I really respect as a truly unique band.

3 points



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