×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International, Inc.

Listen to

Through the Dusty Paths of Our Lives

by Abrahma

Through the Dusty Paths of Our Lives by Abrahma

Listen to

Through the Dusty Paths of Our Lives

by Abrahma

Play on Rhapsody
Released:
Label: Small Stone Records Co.
t's rare to encounter stoner-rockers as progged-out as these Parisians. Their album keeps going for 70 minutes, including a three-part something-or-other called "Vodun," and foreign sounds that seep out of the metal: placid psych sections; jazz-fusion time signatures; wah-wah spray warming into bluesy emotion; zoned crosstalk deep in the mix; seemingly a Deep Purple organ, though none is credited. Plus they swing like funky elephants when they want to. Maybe imagine early Monster Magnet (whose Ed Mundell takes a guest solo) crossed with the Doors-grunge pretensions of Days of the New?

About This Album

t's rare to encounter stoner-rockers as progged-out as these Parisians. Their album keeps going for 70 minutes, including a three-part something-or-other called "Vodun," and foreign sounds that seep out of the metal: placid psych sections; jazz-fusion time signatures; wah-wah spray warming into bluesy emotion; zoned crosstalk deep in the mix; seemingly a Deep Purple organ, though none is credited. Plus they swing like funky elephants when they want to. Maybe imagine early Monster Magnet (whose Ed Mundell takes a guest solo) crossed with the Doors-grunge pretensions of Days of the New?

Tracks

About This Album

t's rare to encounter stoner-rockers as progged-out as these Parisians. Their album keeps going for 70 minutes, including a three-part something-or-other called "Vodun," and foreign sounds that seep out of the metal: placid psych sections; jazz-fusion time signatures; wah-wah spray warming into bluesy emotion; zoned crosstalk deep in the mix; seemingly a Deep Purple organ, though none is credited. Plus they swing like funky elephants when they want to. Maybe imagine early Monster Magnet (whose Ed Mundell takes a guest solo) crossed with the Doors-grunge pretensions of Days of the New?