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Humble Grumble – Guzzle it Up! (2013)

6-03-2014, 04:12
Jazz | Rock

Humble Grumble – Guzzle it Up! (2013)

Artist: Humble Grumble
Title Of Album: Guzzle it Up!
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Experimental, Jazz, Prog-Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:24
Total Size: 102 mb
WebSite: humblegrumble


1. Humble Grumble - Kurt's Casino (9:53)
2. Humble Grumble - The Little Man (3:54)
3. Humble Grumble - Accidentally in San Sebastian (4:21)
4. Humble Grumble - The Campfire Strikes Back (4:38)
5. Humble Grumble - The Dancing Dinosaur (10:29)
6. Humble Grumble - Skunks (5:03)
7. Humble Grumble - Pate a Tartiner (6:06)

Kurt’s Casino, the opening track on Humble Grumble‘s second AltrOck release, 2013′s Guzzle It Up!, sparkles so brightly that you may want to wear sunglasses when listening to the tune.
The rhythm is infectious, the vibraphone shines, and the saxophone/bass clarinet accents are upbeat and amiable; it would seem almost a crime to sing along in anything lower than a falsetto – which, in fact, is what frontman/guitarist Gabor “Humble” Vörös does, at least initially. Add the sunny harmonies of vocalists Megan Quill and Liesbeth Verlaet, whose CD booklet photo shows them wearing matching frilly skirts and over-the-knee socks, and obviously the listener is in for a happy-go-lucky, rollicking good time. By the way, the lyrics are about Kurt blowing his brains out with a revolver. Yes, it appears that Vörös still likes to pair up crazy-fun, head-spinning music with heavy subject matter, as he did when mixing a song about a legacy of battlefield carnage into the generally wackier track listing of Humble Grumble’s 2011 AltrOck outing, Flanders Fields.
Stay with “Kurt’s Casino” a while longer, though, and it becomes more like a phone call to a suicide prevention service as Vörös exhorts “People, listen to the sound, don’t play the game/In painful ways/Tonight, the music plays and the fire burns again/Just once again….” and the band takes off into a “Caravan”-esque 13/8 theme with solo features for marimbist Pieter Claus and saxophonist Pol Mareen until everybody picks up the pace and the tempo accelerates like an increasingly frenetic Eastern European circle dance.

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