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Music for rainy days

It's difficult and probably even needless to categorize Finnish Quintessence's music. It's mostly peaceful, yet groovy, somewhere between pop, jazz, funk, soul, trip-hop and a lot more. "Nu soul" might be the word. Vocalist Emma Salokoski's hauntingly beautiful voice steals the main attention here, but the band knows how to handle their instruments as well. So, musically things are in very good order. The songs on album are good, too, but maybe that last magical sparkle, the sign of a truly great album, is still missing. Still, a very, very good debut album from a very good band!


Formed: Finland

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s

Quintessence was among the first true progressive rock outfits signed by Island Records. Led by Australian-born Shiva Shankar Jones (keyboards, vocals) and Raja Ram (flute, violin, percussion), the group also included Alan Mostert (lead guitar), Sambhu Babaji (bass), Maha Dev (guitar), and Jake Milton (drums), all of whom, in addition to a common interest in Indian music, also shared the Hindu faith. The group's roots lay in the hippie community in the Notting Hill area, which was to London roughly...
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