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||1.||"Team Ball" (9:17)|
||1.||"Pastilife Flashbacks" (4:33)|
||2.||"Fly" (feat Nia Andrews) (4:07)|
||3.||"Get Set Free" (feat Dulcinea Detwah) (6:08)|
||1.||"Gentle Glide" (3:22)|
||2.||"Solitary Orbiter" (10:22)|
||1.||"Melting Spheres" (6:51)|
||2.||"Two Ends Of The Spectrum" (2:19)|
It's been ten years since Italian percussionist Tommaso Capellato released his debut album, the relatively traditional jazz-funk opus Originals. Aforemention, his fourth full-length, is an altogether more cosmic affair. It sees Cappellato combine his own loose-limbed drum work with intergalactic synths, space age Rhodes solos, copious amounts of delay and reverb, and electronic elements borrowed from futurist techno. There are occasional nods to out-there modern soul and R&B, but for the most part it's a loose, languid and thoroughly intergalactic romp through the furthest reaches of the jazz galaxy. It also includes a sublime slice of psychedelic exotica in the shape of ambient cut "Gentle Glide".
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