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Thirsty Moon Ė s/t
You can sometimes tell when incomplete raw musical talent chances into the hands of an established producer.† Not always are the results good ones, but in the case of Thirsty Moonís debut album, the bandís combination with legendary krautrock producer Conny Plank bore some delicious fruit indeed.†
Jazz-influenced at its core, the music takes on decidedly spacey direction with seemingly every subsequent track.† The wonderful peak comes in the side-length last cut, the nearly 22-minute epic Yellow Sunshine.† Filled with gloomy organs, horn accents, and a killer guitar riff that begins the long, acid-drenched wind down which fits perfectly with the albumís cover art, this composition alone is worth the price of the disc.
The group recorded at least two other albums, and while good, neither match the quality of the original.
7 stars out of 8
1- Morning Sun
2- Love Me
3- Rooms Behind Your Mind
4- Big City
5- Yellow Sunshine
6- Life is a Joke [bonus]
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