July’s my favorite month, and with it comes a certain level of jubilation for me; I think this jubilation reflects in my music choices so far this month.
I finally got my hands on their original self-titled LP. It’s not quite as well produced as their newest disc, but it certainly doesn’t skimp on the blues guitar explosions.
At times I am on the fence regarding how much I like these guys, but usually they endear themselves to me when I actually sit down and listen to them, which requires a certain mood or situation. Well it happened.
This album packs the slow jazz sounds of Kenny G into a forward thinking psychedelic pop record. I know. It doesn’t sound like these elements should fit together, yet Gayngs does it to wonderful effect.