Beloved Jeff Parker and his strange guitar contraption. Saviour of Tortoise and genre polymath, it's no surprise that 2004 release The Relatives is a fine improvised showing in post-bop jazz, a modal exercise of originals supplemented with a take of Marvin Gaye's "When Did You Stop Loving Me, When Did I Stop Loving You?". Rather than just play out his compositions, Parker attempted to create an atmosphere on these tracks, citing '70s recordings as his focus.
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