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Unreleased? is at least two wonderful things: a volcanic second album from the Swedish improv super-trio Fire! as well as an increasingly rare bit of semi-inside music from guest guitarist Jim O'Rourke. That's not to say that the album's four long tracks are predictable, conform to any structures, or might be accessible to people not predisposed to liking improvised music. But with each track, the quartet — which includes avant journeyman Mats Gustafsson on saxophone, electronics, and Rhodes — digs in with a patient, hypnotic logic, losing itself in a collective bliss-groove, sometimes driven by deep, fusiony pockets from drummer Andreas Werlin (of Wildbirds & Peacedrums) and bassist Johan Berthling, as on "...Please, I Am Released," but just as often by Gustafsson and O'Rourke's sheets of noise. The musicians ride the waves slowly, roles changing with the music's colors. For O'Rourke, the elegant and dramatic improv swells mark a delightfully straightforward turn from his increasingly obscure musical pursuits since his expatriation to Japan, give or take his excellent Burt Bacharach tribute, All Kinds of People Love Burt Bacharach. Often, the assembled are content to let the bliss-groove dissolve entirely to bliss, as in the short, negative-space pulse waves of "By Whom and Why Am I Previously Unreleased?" (with O'Rourke on harmonica) or the five-minute drone-out prelude to "Happy Ending Borrowing Yours." When the groove is ready to appear again, it does, Werlin unfolding a seemingly stray cymbal splash to a new conclusion. A worthwhile session.


Formado: 1966

Género: Rock

Anos em actividade: '60s, '70s, '00s

The origins of Fire can be traced back to their formation in 1966, in Hounslow, Middlesex, near the Heathrow Airport. The trio — David Lambert (vocals/keyboards/guitar), Dick Dufall (bass/vocals), and Bob Voice (drums/vocals) — originally were called Friday's Chyld, and released one single before changing their name. Based on the promise of their next batch of demos, they were offered a contract by Decca Records, in 1967. Their managers also negotiated a publishing deal with Mike Berry,...
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