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Harder than his first album, lacks consistency

Hip-Hop with a baritone ukulele... not something that one would even think to be out there. And it is out there, and it seems to work. This second album from Jon Braman tries to go a few steps further than his first album, "Sprouting Daisies From My Hair." In fact, it features quite a few remakes of pieces from that first recording. Original to this album, "Guru" is the most enjoyable track on this album, with it's rhythmic simplicity (and Jon's wife singing harmony is a treat). This track shines with a free-flowing energy that becomes more addictive after several listenings. (Check out the video for "Guru" that Jon has posted on YouTube!) Unfortunately, this album falls short of spectacular. Remakes of his earlier pieces, such as "Tip Top" (an updated cut of "Tip Top of the World") and "One Two Three," take what was a fairly enjoyable groove and overload it with production. Jon's music sparkles when it keeps things simple (there's a live recording out there of him with his uke, bongos, and a euphonium... incredible!). There are such stark differences in sound from track to track that it can be disorienting, and it feels more like a mix tape than a complete album. "Sprouting Daisies" was groundbreaking despite being fairly unknown. From the straight voice and uke, it was time to see what a little more could do, but it should have been done with a little more reserve. Even with "Climatastrophunk" Jon's music has set some impressive strides that have yet to be widely acknowledged. It's worth buying this album, if for nothing else than "Guru." But it seems to have travelled too far away from where Jon started.

Climatastrophunk, Jon Braman
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