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Saturday, 15 October 2011

we found A GIRAFFE .... UNDER A TABLE?

WHO: A GIRAFFE
WHERE CAN YOU HEAR IT : http://agiraffe.bandcamp.com/album/under-a-table


these guys, i took a quick sampling when this one was sent in and new i had something RARE and HONEST. this is PERFECT for MUSICJUSTUS i thought. we dont normally get a chance to hear such heart stirring musics, but MUSICJUSTUS is willing to go there, he will always weed out the jungle for the most RARE and EXOTIC fruits and fruit flies.


do yourself a favour and give this one MULTIPLE LISTENS. A GIRAFFE presents us UNDER A TABLE

LETS GO!!!!

//MJ












A RANGER MAN


CHORDS!!! MAGIC!!! EVERY CHORD A FLICK OF WAND CONJURING UP NEW FEELINGS AND GESTICULATIONS!

:24 groovin high and i am REALLY excited for whats inside of me now thanks to A GIRAFFE

this is incredibly thoughtful music

:47 ok, decrescendo, lowering in intensity a little, the texture thins out

1:03 BEAUTIFUL sax solo starts sweeping in, it's like a leaf blowing in the wind only to be caught in the thumb and forefinger of a small child and he runs, and he makes a mask of the leaf, and he protects the leaf, he flies it through the air, he trows the leaf up high and it again, and again it continues its journey

2:12 the piano hints at new serpentinissimo ideas. WOW what a live concert this would be. these are real musicians reallly making music for the RARE heads out there.

the DRUMMER here, we should all take note of his tremendous ability to fill out the pallette without blowin hot air. his tenderness on the drums, where as most treat the set like they are tenderizing meat, this drummer uses his sticks to coax out RARE TONES

RATING - some sort of POWERED RANGER man




539

amazing sticking pattern acts lie a propeller as the melody makes navigate some interesting terrains.

this is a MODERNIZED DAVE BRUBECK , precisely worked out, meticulous in its craft, yet free its spirits. this is why jazz and classical music no longer need to be two different things but instead share in the gifts and become the new music

the new music is free and meticulous

the new music comes without judgement from the listeners because it is not a genre, it is everything.

1:31 angular things tickle the piano keys

1:45 STABB STABB STABBING this piano man has quite a nice sense of things

2:01 THIS SAX PLAYER THOUGH!! he makes a joke out of these lurching rhythms and creates beautiful music atop the rippling waves of a harmony.

2:46 another beautiful gesture of low intensity. the TRUE MUSIC comes with fluctuations of intensity and rawness, few understand this, i am very lucky to have found this

3:19 GROWWWWWLLZLZLZZ!!!!! HAHA

absolutely proper.


RATING - FIRST DATE (if she likes cocained kisses)




UNDER A TABLE

TITLE TRACK!!

its the big one, here we go.

clustered chords act like colonel mustard in the library acting scary with a cluster of berries


the sax lingers..

this reminds me of a perverted mansion. like that scene in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST where all the tea cups spin and candles dance like men

its just like that except everything is deathly ill and wants you to pay some attention to it.

the piano has been drinking, type idea.

1:26 these CHORDS!! you should relish! especially if this style of music is new, RELISH in those RARE sounds , you dont usually get to treat your ears to such exotic delacacies...



3:21 the sax will simply have its way with you today as the drums beat on . a perverse ritual. there was mercury in his beverage and he was never quite the same after that

3:45 the bass instrument wonders what happened to everyone? its kind of like an orphaned baby as it has internal confusions.

wow.

just very very pretty much. like gold and silver, rare gems.

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what a fantastic chance meeting we had with A GIRAFFE UNDER A TABLE

these guys are masters of their craft i would not hesitate. they have done the work and we all get to benefit from what they found in their internal music caverns.



SEE YOU WEDNESDAY

TELL YER FRENZ

@MUSICJUSTUS


luvu,

//MJ

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