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lehmon It reminds me the unique atmospheres of Sun Ra and his Arkestra(s) in the end of the fifties/ beginning of the sixties, which is very much of a compliment, as this record brings with itself,
a lot of natural originality and "new thing" (you know what i mean) Favorite track: Modality.
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Ed Buckley So.... I first heard this album on Christopher Mocklebust's page; and I found it wonderfully diverse and definitely palatable. It's a sort of world jazz thing that shows influences ranging from India to Balinese Gamelan to the vaguely hip hop (well, sort of). One track reminds me vaguely of Jade Warrior, A very interesting set of pieces that I'm happy to have found. :-)
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Christopher Moklebust So, I first heard this album years ago... and was utterly uprooted, both physically and spiritually, by the voluptuous rhythm. Some TRUE acid jazz right here! I find it incredible that I am the first person to buy this album on Bandcamp. I guess I'm honored, but at the same time a bit saddened. Favorite track: Spiritual Jazz.
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The psychedelics of The Heliocentrics meets the oriental jazz of Salt Lake City’s Lloyd Miller on a new collaboration album. Turbulent sessions threw up some inspired fusions of spiritual jazz, Arabic modes and Balinese instrumentation.

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released January 1, 2010

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The Heliocentrics London, UK

London psychedelic jazz collective The Heliocentrics have their roots in the ‘90s when drummer Malcolm Catto recorded for Mo’Wax and Jazzman. They recorded their breakthrough album for Stones Throw, ‘Out There’ in 2007 and have since become known for their superb collaborations with legends including Ethio jazz pioneer Mulatu Astatke, jazzman Lloyd Miller and Afro soul Godfather, Orlando Julius. ... more

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