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Album Review

Blue Cloud, the third proper album from Davis Redford Triad (not including the live collection Code Orange), is not all that different from the previous two — but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Once again, guitarist Steven Wray Lobdell (Sufi Mind Game, latter-day Faust, etc.) and friends make a bid for transcendence through mind-melting feedback, thudding rhythms, and searing, compressed squeals and squalls. And in the right frame of mind, it works very well. Save for a relatively brief political spoken-word piece from the Baseball Astrologer (with a miasma of sound surging underneath), Blue Cloud is all instrumental. Think Hendrix, Leigh Stevens, and Mokoto Kawabata and you're on the right astral plane.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A solo vehicle for guitarist/vocalist Steven Wray Lobdell, the Davis Redford Triad created some of the most unusual sounds to emanate from Portland, Oregon during the late-1990s. With Lobdell laying down sonic waves of distortion on electric guitar, the group radiated with the sounds of modern psychedelia. The group's debut album, Mystical Path Of The Number Eighty Six was released shortly after Lobdell's release from a mental institution in the spring of 1997. Their second album, Ewige Blumenkraft...
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