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Mike Dillon - Functioning Broke (2016)

4-05-2016, 18:34
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Functioning Broke
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Royal Potato Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 33:58
Total Size: 149 MB


01 - Half Right
02 - The Enchanted sea
03 - Alameda
04 - Christian Brothers
05 - Single File
06 - Needle and the Damaged Done
07 - Independence Day
08 - Between the Bars
09 - Friendship
10 - Bachelor Pad
11 - Chimp and Flower
12 - Tabla goodnight

Over the past decade, Mike Dillon has released a slew of acclaimed albums, intertwining a vast range of influences, from Zappe-esque eccentricity to Fishbone punk funk, from DC Go-Go to Milt Jackson-esqe vibraphone majesty. Never before, however, has he recorded music so personal and committed to a sustained mood. ‘Functioning Broke‘ presents Dillon alone on vibraphone and percussion, building each song into its own minimalist sonic daydream. The choice of material distinguishes the collection even further as he reimagines six Elliott Smith compositions, including “Behind The Bars,” “Christian Brothers” and “Independence Day,” Neil Young’s “The Needle & The Damage Done,” Martin Denny’s “The Enchanted Sea” as well as four originals, most notably “Chimp & Flower” and “Tabla Goodnight.” Intent on psychedelic splendor and sparked by songs that speak to the highs and lows of Dillon’s tireless pursuit of muse and craft, the record is destined to attract even more people into the ever-growing fold of one this generation’s most consistently compelling musicians.

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