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You might know Arthur Doyle from his CLASSIC 1978 joint Alabama Feeling but if not, prepare for some of the wildest blowin' of any sax abuser this side of Peter Brotzmann as once he starts squealing only God himself has the power to stop him. So he's turned up with his Trio on this split LP and they're firing out a seriously unhinged barrage of brasspocalypse all over our office. Phil looks like h ...

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8/10 Brett Staff review, 11 February 2010
You might know Arthur Doyle from his CLASSIC 1978 joint Alabama Feeling but if not, prepare for some of the wildest blowin' of any sax abuser this side of Peter Brotzmann as once he starts squealing only God himself has the power to stop him. So he's turned up with his Trio on this split LP and they're firing out a seriously unhinged barrage of brasspocalypse all over our office. Phil looks like he's trying to stave off a breakdown by doing some air jazz drumming, a good sign surely? Eventually the chaos subsides to be replaced by, erm.. A slightly less intense chaos. Oh yeah. The other side is taken up by The Orkustra, lead by Bobby Beausoleil who's rapidly becoming a regular in the old release schedules, who do a jam that's quite different to the other stuff of theirs that I've heard, having quite a strong folky gypsy jazz quality to it. You should see the mental Bobby Beausoleil artwork on the picture disc too, his Arthur Doyle drawing is fully amazing.

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