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PostSubject: Bambu_Station_-_Break_The_Soil-2006   Tue Oct 14, 2008 1:23 pm







"Every situation is a chance to grow," sings
Jalanai Horton. The first four songs on "Break the Soil" make it clear
that Bambu Station has grown more experimental and eclectic since its
classic album One Day. "Brotherhood" is straight-ahead roots in the
classic Bambu Station style, but "Beloved People," with its meditative
flute intro, heralds new musical directions. The next track, "I
Rememba," has a jazzy groove that is more playful and breezy than the
somber tones we have come to expect from Bambu Station. "Sense Enemy"
recalls 1970s-era roots, but with a modern twist, as Horton's vocals
provide counterpoint against powerful spoken-word poetry. The remainder
of the album continues to expand the band's sound. "Chance to Grow"
features lead vocals from Reemah, who sweetens the song with her sugary
voice. "Who? (Litany of Liars)" may be the best song on the album. It
is a stunning combination of deep roots rhythms and delicate harmonies.
"Bird's I View" features more airy jazz and Tuff Lion's gorgeous guitar
playing. Break the Soil is another masterpiece from Bambu Station.
Every track sparkles. The music is more expansive and more
richly-textured than on One Day, with no drop off in quality or
consistency. Simply put, this album is massive, and not to be missed.

By Lion



Track Listing
1. Brotherhood
2. Beloved People
3. I Rememba
4. Sense Enemy
5. Chance to Grow featuring Reemah
6. King Baby
7. Who? (Litany of Liars)
8. Bird's I View
9. Sing Upright
10. I Sing Prayses
11. New World Order
12. Dem Say So
13. Halle-lu-Yah
14. Injoy




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