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The Bad Plus - Suspicious Activity (2005)

6-11-2015, 01:40
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Suspicious Activity
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Columbia Records
Genre: Jazz / Experimental
Quality: FLAC (image) / MP3
Total Time: 01:05:34
Total Size: 380 MB / 156 MB


01. Prehensile Dream [08:12]
02. Anthem For The Earnest [06:38]
03. Let Our Garden Grow [06:57]
04. The Empire Strikes Backwards [05:38]
05. Knows The Difference [06:58]
06. Lost Of Love [08:38]
07. Rhinoceros Is My Profession [05:44]
08. O. G. (Original Gentleman) [06:37]
09. (Theme from) Chariots Of Fire [04:57]
10. Forces [05:11]


Ethan Iverson - piano;
Reid Anderson - bass;
David King - drums.

Postmodern jazz trio the Bad Plus has caused a fair amount of debate in the jazz world with their mixture of post-bop vocabulary, rock-influenced feel, and D.I.Y. attitude. SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY?--the band's third album--is unlikely to settle any of those debates. With their funky, deconstructionist cover of Vangelis's "(Theme from) Chariots of Fire" and their shape-shifting originals, the Bad Plus are full of surprises.

The band excels equally at driving compositions ("Anthem for the Earnest") that draw on the punchy, bass-fueled energy of rock, and off-kilter lyricism like the jittery, poetic "Knows the Difference." Drummer David King plays like a cross between Elvin Jones and John Bonham, while pianist Ethan Iverson sweeps all over the keyboard with classical flourishes and punk aggression. Whether or not the Bad Plus fit your idea of jazz, SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY? is an intriguing listen. -- Rovi ~



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