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Album Review

On Strange Voices, Col. Bruce Hampton is shown to be well versed in jazz, bluegrass, rock, country, blues, and many other genres. Unfortunately, the result of such eclectic musical background is a bunch of nonsensical tracks with several senseless rants. There are a few listenable tunes among the 26 tracks; however, they are not worthy of digging through the rest of the manure to get to the pony. It's a shame, too, because the lineup of musicians is stellar, but the material fails them. Someone needs to rewrite the history of Strange Voices.

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Bad Itunes review

Great album. Bruce is really doing something different. Some people just can't understand that. Very diverse album killer line-up. whoever wrote that review should think about talking about the album and not their pre-mature opinion. It's people like that which make great music go unheard. but really sample the tracks and decide for yourself. if you are a person who truely appriciates expiremental and innovative music do yourself a favor and purchase this album.

A Masterpiece

Reheasals for Fainting, Basically Frightened, Fat Brooms, Cocoa Beach, Farmers Earn Livings- there are so many incredible songs on this album... Anyone with an appreciation for music and an understanding of eggs should buy this album... buy it 66 times...


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Equal parts psychedelicized Allman Brothers and boogiefied Grateful Dead (with a dash of Commander Cody thrown in), Col. Bruce Hampton & the Aquarium Rescue Unit capitalized on the nuevo-hippie movement that swept through America in the early '90s. The Atlanta-born Hampton has been kicking around the Southern music circuit since the early '60s; as the Hampton Grease Band, he released Music to Eat on Columbia Records in 1969. After the Grease Band folded, Hampton released a solo effort (One Ruined...
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