Sexmob – “Solid Sender ” – [Knitting Factory Records]
David Richoux 1/15/2005 CD, Jazz
Knitting FactoryBack again with another wild recording – Steve Bernstein, Briggan Krause, Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollsen (and many guests) step into the void left by the death of Lester Bowie to totally fuck with some jazz and pop classics. This time it is Rock and R&B instead of “spy movies” and the stuff is outstanding!
Imagine if you will: “Ruby Tuesday,” “Please3” or “For What It’s Worth” done by a rowdy buncha New Orleansish New Pork funk horns, a giant rubber band bass (with a string section and a bit of turntable action on some tracks!) YOW!
Watch out for a lot of really short tracks between the real stuff – not exactly introductions, but they are separate things. Track 17 features the Sex Mob Children’s Choir. *review by David Richoux
you heard it 97 times on kfjc! most recently:
- 606 days ago, Sir Cumference played Ripple
- 636 days ago, Dusty Rhodes played For What It's Worth
- 639 days ago, Dusty Rhodes played For What It's Worth
- 1060 days ago, Avakhov played Please, Please, Please
- 3835 days ago, Roland Blunt played For What It's Worth
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