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Album Review

Wayne Rogers' fifth solo album, 1997's Constant Displacement, steps back from the lengthy instrumental experiment of his fourth, Infraction, into the more song-oriented mode of 1995's All Good Works. In fact, Rogers claims in the liner notes that these nine tracks are the result of experiments in form, which explains the rather varied sound, although not the overlong cover of Thunderclap Newman's "Something in the Air." Constant Displacement was recorded during the same post-Magic Hour sessions that birthed Infraction, and it feels like a somewhat weaker companion to that more successful work. The songs are neither lyrically nor melodically as strong as those on his first three solo albums, and indeed, the whole sounds rather like a collection of half-written demos and unfulfilled experiments. Constant Displacement was originally released as a limited-edition LP, with the CD version (same songs and artwork) appearing later.

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