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Banyan - Live at Perkins'' Place

I never thought in all of my time at WCUR I would ever receive a jazz/rock fusion album to review. Banyan's CD cover artwork makes you think that they are this hardcore or metal band. I expected this album to kick my ass and make me want to cry it was so hard. But it is alot like Miles Davis' later works when he first began fusing jazz and rock, that was when he was dressing like Dr. Brown from Back to the Future. Decent album ... it seems like some of their songs are just one long repititive track. Good album otherwise.

RIYL: Miles David (later years)

Recommended Tracks: 3. Om Om Om, 5. El Sexxo

Added: December 7th 2004
Reviewer: Mike Popovich
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