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|1.||"Vital Signs" (17:14)|
|1.||"Gone Camping" (12:17)|
|1.||"Ebb & Flow" (14:17)|
|1.||"The Dawgs Are Alright" (14:19)|
|1.||"Dr Leary" (6:50)|
|2.||"Pillow Therapy" (6:55)|
Given that David 'Move D' Moufang, Jonah Sharp and Juju & Jordash are all famed for their improvised performances, it's little surprise to find that this first four-way collaboration was recorded straight-to-tape during extended jam sessions in Berlin. It's also no surprise to us that it's really rather good. There's an unsurprising fluidity to 17-minute deep space ambient opener "Vital Signs", while hypnotic deep house shuffler "Boneset" has all the hallmarks of an unreleased Moufang/Sharp Reagenz jam. Elsewhere, Steve Hillage style guitars wrap themselves around SH-101 bleeps, modular electronics and bubbly beats on "Ebb & Flow", while "Dr. Leary" successfully doffs a cap to the psychedelic inspirations that underpinned the early '90s intelligent techno movement. In other words, it's a brilliant set of improvised electronic workouts.
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