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John Hill's 'Six Moons Of Jupiter' is the latest offering from the Finders Keepers label and 10 minutes in I reckon it's easily one of the better things I've heard on the label as they've trudged up some right garbage and cheese in the name of cool. The word here is cosmic. The intro with its spoken word poem from Susan Christie is particularly effective at setting the mood. Recorded back in 1970 ...

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Six Moons of Jupiter by John Hill
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 24 September 2008
John Hill's 'Six Moons Of Jupiter' is the latest offering from the Finders Keepers label and 10 minutes in I reckon it's easily one of the better things I've heard on the label as they've trudged up some right garbage and cheese in the name of cool. The word here is cosmic. The intro with its spoken word poem from Susan Christie is particularly effective at setting the mood. Recorded back in 1970 this will have sounded extremely fresh at the time with its blend of spiritual jazz and lovely sounding analogue synthesizers programmed by Walter Sear. 'Amalthea' is a quality track with a teutonic sense of repetition and some dubby effects. The album continues with some proto space rock and jazz but sadly nothing compares to the genius of that funky standout tune and rapidly goes down hill from there on. A case of peaking too early just like Brian's sexual endevours ;)

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