Grails – Black Tar Prophecies Vol’s 1, 2 & 3 (2006)(kb/s)

The spirit of the great ’60s and ’70s experimenters is in here (from Can and Faust to Jean-Claude Vannier, early Eloy, and Flower Travelling Band), but Grails sound like themselves. Rock, jazz, free-form freakouts, droning soundscapes, plodding dubbed-up and out bass — they are all here, making for one of the most adventurous records to come out in 2006 and perhaps, when all is said and done, one of the very best. -full review at… allmusic.

Track List:
01 – Back To The Monastry (5:06)
02 – Bad Bhang Recipe (4:04)
03 – Belgian Wake-Up Drill (3:57)
04 – Smokey Room (3:09)
05 – Black Tar Frequencies (5:09)
06 – Stray Dog (5:58)
07 – Erosion Blues (4:55)
08 – More Erosion (5:17)
09 – Black Tar Prophecy (8:00)

 

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3 Comments

  1. thanks carl this clip is fantastic!

  2. very dark album but in a good way.

  3. a masterpiece


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