, attached to 1999-07-13

Review by Penn42

Penn42 Only the Halley's -> Roses -> NO2 and Wolfman's have stayed in rotation since I listened to this show a little over a year ago. I remember the show as a whole was enjoyable. The atypical Reba is somewhat interesting, maybe verging on a little boring, and the Antelope rages really hard. However, the only parts of this show that really matter are the ones I mentioned previously: Halley's -> Roses -> NO2 and Wolfman's Brother.

The jam out of Halley's is really melodic and the segue into Roses is silky smooth. Yum! There is a little minute-long ambient jam after Roses that morphs into NO2 and there is yet another short ambient jam after NO2 as well. This is a really nice sequence that everybody should hear. This next jam is one of my favorite funk jams of all time. This Wolfman's is... well, let me put it this way: if you are running low on the funk, take a pit stop here to fill up. This bad boy just grooves along for about 14 minutes before we get another few minutes of ambient stuff. The whole thing is very minimalistic and groovy. Definitely a must hear.

TL;DR: listen to Halley's -> Roses -> NO2 and the Wolfman's.


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