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Album Review

Justamente Tres is a seventeen song doodling by two of the well-known bass players of punk rock past: Kira Roessler (Black Flag) and Mike Watt (Minutemen, fIREHOSE). Roessler handles the occasional vocal work and comes off sounding like a more modern blues singer akin to Billie Holiday or Ella Fitzgerald but obviously not nearly as good. Songs like "'Til The Blood Ran" might make one believe that there are electronics utilized on the album, but the whole thing is just bass and vocals, Roessler and Watt in their tripped out, laid-back selves, about as far from their respective beginnings as one can get and be faintly recognizable. While some of the tunes can be tedious and at seventeen songs it might be a tad too long, real enthusiasts of Watt and Roessler's work as well as fans of instrumental, jazzy bass work will get a kick out of this.

Customer Reviews

All bass duo

This is amazing! The Bass duo of Watt and kira. This is a must have for Bass lovers.


The description of this album is unfair

Where to begin?

There just isn't enough good to say about this record. It's like a naturally beautiful woman who has no idea she's attractive. This is the true offspring of punk


Formed: 1986

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Dos is a curious yet interesting double bass guitar side project for Mike Watt (of the Minutemen and fIREHOSE) and his former wife, Kira Roessler (from Black Flag). Formed as a vehicle to take the bass beyond its perceived background role and into the forefront of a band, Dos (named for the Spanish "two," not some operating system) also became a therapeutic experience in the wake of Roessler's departure from Black Flag and, more tragically, Minutemen D. Boon's sudden death on December 22, 1985. After...
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