Since over 10 years together, italian Bron Y Aur have developed different forms of music influences rooted in 70's avant rock [read past komareviews], - from shadows of Black Sabbath to kraut/progressive, - with no many repetitions, yet They never fixed on any particular definition point, if not the historical context itself. This new release, Millenovecentosettantatre (1973), sounds to me as Their more experimental and rejuvenated production, especially if compared with Their former jam-sessions like pieces, - almost a maturity excercise, - a sort of eclectism which tries to overstep mere free improvvisation, yet without being radio friendly (i.e. vocals are used as vocalism than sung, btw always hidden by efx). And I is a good uptempo mantra, as well it is Mongrel Dog - sort of electric psychedelia on reverber, with two L/R guitars, minimal distorted bass lines and percussions, - then there are Fly CIA's blues, and more lyrical Useless. It's clear Millenovecentosettantatre represents a creative and intellectual work, - it deserves a certain praise too, - altough it doesn't change it stays still conventional (despite its being unconventional) and anonymous to my personal memory and attachment.
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.o1. Changing Like the Weather
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