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You Can Have Your Moment

August 10, 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: April 1, 2010
  • Release Date: August 10, 2010
  • Label: Winter & Winter GmbH
  • Copyright: 2010 Winter & Winter
  • Total Length: 55:08
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  • ASIN: B003U9TDLA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #60,060 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Kneebody is my "find" for 2015! I've bought all their albums and have been playing them all summer. I love their edgy, out-sounding Rhodes with the synth pedal, bass on steroids, drums mastered-forward in the mix, and the driving post-bop horn harmonies. They rock... jazz-rock... post-bop...whatever! Compositionally, Kneebody's music is more adventurous, edgy, and funky compared to...say... the music of "Snarky Puppy". (Snarky Puppy just ain't that snarky. Just too conventional...too plebeian. It like comparing Winton Marsalis [Snarky Puppy] with Joshua Redman [Kneebody]). The first cut of this album "Teddy Ruxpin" has got a groove that just don't quit! Not catching these guys will be the equivalent of not having heard Weather Report or the Return of the Brecker Brothers or the Bad Plus. Within the chaos which is jazz, these guys are a singularity.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this CD. Excellent music - jazz, rock, or whatever it is, who cares. Of course, if you want "memorable melodies," you may be better off listening to Kenny G.
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By C. Knight on December 18, 2011
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Kneebody is the best "jazz" band in a very very long time. I was beginning to lose hope that the best jazz was behind me. Then I heard Kneebody. These guys are just beginning. It is important that when you listen you become acclimated to this music, as well as other bands requiring attention. Kneebody's music has a "clunky" feel to it sometimes. Don't let that turn you away. It will become "clunkily beautiful", trust me. The only way I can describe the music is that it reminds me of Jack DeJohnette's Special Edition mixed with some Big Band sounds. Like interesting, brilliant, swinging music? Buy any Kneebody CD. Like boring superficial crap? You are in the wrong music genre, go to the Rock section.
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By pl101 on April 28, 2011
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This album is an intriguing jazz/rock/funk blend. It has polyrhythms. It has low chordal grunge. It's driving. It has horns - so many horns! After a while I just wanted a break from dissonant art-school cerebral horn music theory assault. I wanted a change of pace, but this album doesn't really have it. Can't I be allowed a single memorable melody? This post-modern melange is either ahead of its time or already over the hill. These guys obviously know what they're doing, but I'm not convinced it's worthwhile.
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