Jackie-O Motherfucker - Liberation

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Jackie-O Motherfucker
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Atp Recordings

Reissue of Jackie-O-Motherfucker's 2001 Liberation, originally released on Road Cone. This album was highly acclaimed for it's superior production, and marks the band's slow move towards more song-oriented and loosely-composed material. It's a dreamier, organic, more transitional record that proudly displays Jackie-O's emotional sophistication and ever-expansive chops. Multi-intrumentalists Tom Greenwood and Jef Brown and various Jackie-O collective members use vibraphone, fiddle, organ, turntables, sitar and reed to augment and illustrate a variant cacaphony, even dipping into free-jazz territory. Liberation picks up where Fig. 5 left off, except with more lone, anthemic post-rock simultaneously invoking elements of Spaceman 3, Can, Dirty Three, Derek Bailey, the Art Ensemble of Chicago and Amon Düül. Far more hazy than their previous releases, Liberation cemented the band as an ever-revolving cast of collaborators willing to participate in a free-flowing experiment in free-jazz, folk, psych-rock, post-rock, and distorted Americana.

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2) Ray-O-Graph
3) Northern Line
4) In Between
5) Something on Your Mind
6) Tea Party
7) The Pigeon
8) Pray

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