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Uvula Rasa

I. Love Me Don't
Egg of Love
Jolifanto Bambla
Hey Mama Numina
II. Wha?
M'ood Music
Om Chi-Chi
Heiemo Og Nykken
III. Uh-oh...
Ye Shall Receive
IV. Cover Me
The Eldritch Variations
V. Apothekariosis
The Second Coming
At The Still Point of the Turning World

The singing of the two men and one woman of Rochester, NY-based F'loom reminds us of Bobby McFerrin and friends at their most freeform and experimental. The first cut, "Om Chi-Chi" for instance, is a vocal percussion/nonsense syllable fest that finishes in kind of a jaded alien orgasm. "Hey Mama Numina" is more gibberish chanting. "Egg of Love" has recognizable words, and is a stream of consciousness poem to beat music. "Yesmiel" is a 3/4-speed Jewish Beatles medley-takeoff. "Western Wind" is a dissonant tone-poem, "Summer Is Icumen In" is sweetly and traditionally done, "Ye Shall Receive" is all funny strange spoken word, reminiscent of the Firesign Theater. 17 cuts, as eclectic, out-there and interesting as you can imagine!

Item code: 2606C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | Mixed | United States

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