Jimpster ‎– Messages From The Hub

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Kudos Records (3) ‎– KUDCD011
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1 Releasing Red Soul
Written-By – Jamie Odell
6:29
2 Weft 'n' Warp
Bass – Cheyne TowersGuitar – Dave WalshWritten-By – Jamie Odell
7:23
3 Messages From The Hub
Guitar – Simon MulcasterWritten-By – Jamie Odell
7:31
4 The Blazing Water
Drums – Dave WalshSaxophone, Flute – Roger WickhamVocals – Lorraine Odell*Written-By – Jamie Odell
6:39
4b (What's Cooking In The Interlude?)
Voice [Small Talk] – Maxim Chapochnikov
5 Shivering Sand
Bass – Cheyne TowersWritten-By – Jamie Odell
8:34
6 You Are....
Bass – Cheyne TowersDrums, Keyboards [Additional Keys] – Dave WalshWritten-By – Dave Walsh, Jamie Odell
6:10
7 What Do You Do?
Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Roger WickhamWritten-By – Jamie Odell, Roger Wickham
5:16
8 Fundamental Things
Drums – Dave WalshWritten-By – Jamie Odell
2:39
9 Static Dynamic
Bass – Cheyne TowersDrums – Dave WalshWritten-By – Jamie Odell
7:03
10 Maiden Voyage
Bass – Jon ThorneLyrics By – Roger OdellVocals – Larraine OdellWritten-By – Herbie Hancock
7:19
11 Solar Plexus
Bass – Cheyne TowersDrums – Dave WalshSaxophone, Flute – Roger WickhamWritten-By – Cheyne Towers, Dave Walsh, Jamie Odell, Roger Wickham
8:26

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All tracks licensed exclusively from Freerange Records.
All tracks published by Blueprint Music Publishing P & C 1999.

Track 4b is actually the beginning part of track 5. Small talk recorded @ Radio 100 98.3 FM Amsterdam.

Incidental Information:
This release has the same printed barcode as Various - The Ghost Orchid: An Introduction To EVP.

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  • Barcode: 5027803001121

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 19, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Jimpster goes full-on electronic jazz with his MESSAGES FROM THE HUB. "Releasing Red Soul" lets you know right off the bat that jazz is definitely the order of the day; "Weft N' Warp" has a solid synth line that eventually leads into some complex layering of instruments. The title track swirls around in a minor key, like wolf calls on the lonely tundra, while "The Blazing Water" sounds like a trumpeteer announcing the sunrise. "You Are..." adds a melancholy to the proceedings, while "Static Dynamic" goes for electronic funk. "Maiden Voyage" is a poet's journey into sound, aided and abetted by the dreamy vocals. A real blow-you-away album.
drumnjazz

drumnjazz

November 4, 2002
Good album. Some tracks are reworked and renamed from earlier Jimpster albums and projects.