Kam Falk




001 Kam Falk - Native Tongue (Enhanced CD) album art Kam Falk Native Tongue (Enhanced CD)(CD, Enh) Falkreations Music 001 US 2001 Sell This Version
003 Kam Falk - Retro-Respect album art Kam Falk Retro-Respect(CD, Album) Falkreations Music 003 US 2010 Sell This Version
004 Kam Falk - Wedding Day album art Kam Falk Wedding Day(10xFile, AIFF, MP3, WAV, Album) Falkreations Music 004 US 2010
007 Kam Falk - Native Tongue II album art Kam Falk Native Tongue II(CD, Album) Falkreations Music 007 US 2016 Sell This Version
011 Kam Falk - Fight or Flight album art Kam Falk Fight or Flight(CD, Album) Falkreations Music 011 US 2018 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

008 Kam Falk - Tronic album art Kam Falk Tronic(File, AIFF, MP3, WAV, Single) Falkreations Music 008 US 2016
013 Kam Falk - Cafe Royale album art Kam Falk Cafe Royale(File, AIFF, MP3, WAV, Single) Falkreations Music 013 US 2017
012 Kam Falk - Harmful If Swallowed album art Kam Falk Harmful If Swallowed(File, AIFF, MP3, WAV, Single) Falkreations Music 012 US 2017
009 Kam Falk - Love Cyclone album art Kam Falk Love Cyclone(File, AIFF, MP3, WAV, Single) Falkreations Music 009 US 2017
010 Kam Falk - Del's Dream album art Kam Falk Del's Dream(File, AIFF, MP3, WAV, Single) Falkreations Music 010 US 2017


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December 17, 2016

This group performs with high energy and enormous depth. Better to listen than to read, amen?
The first three tracks, "Around the Bend," "Shifting Sands," and "Pursuit" would qualify as the harder-driven tracks on this CD. They’re swift, a little rough and very ready as Falk and his groups come out swingin’.

"Bolivia" is rather thought-provoking, classy and very cool. Falk does some really sweet piano work and his colleagues, Kushner and Mazzi perform like painters on a canvas. Still on the mellow side, "Zone Five" is a funky jam with Daryll Dobson’s rock-based guitar carrying on nicely through this aural dreamscape.

"Welcome Home" is totally funky with Elliott Randall’s sleek guitar and good rhythm structure. "BopStop" has Falk and Delmar Brown answering each other on their keyboards bringing back a little taste of the old burners from the 60s and early 70s. With "Katy’s Song," it’s fair to assume it’s a tribute to Falk’s wife or at least a track with deep sentimental value and beauty, indeed. "One Summer" continues the mood with an almost classical sound. "Journey’s End" speaks for itself as a very sweet close to a road well traveled.
"Native Tongue" has a nice mix of ballads, mid- and up-tempo pieces which round things out. All musicians performed as if their only purpose was this project. That is what makes it all so appealing. Read with your ears for an accurate conclusion. - Denai Burbank