Label: Sanasar Records - none • Format: CDr Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Contemporary Jazz, Indie Rock
The PopMatters review by Sean Murphy observed " it is a testament of Bajakian's love affair with his instrument. The inspirations he has absorbed infuse practically every second of this recording, but the sum total is anything but reductive. This album contains multitudes, and they are original as they are exhilarating. This is not jazz, nor is it necessarily rock or blues; it's a reflection of the mind and soul of the man who made it, like all great art must be. As such, it is also a reflection of the frenzied times we live in: the turmoil, apathy and information overload, yet it prevails as an antidote for the very urgencies it addresses.
The best instrumental albums are always soundtracks. They are soundtracks to the worlds they create, and his second album is the soundtrack of Aram Bajakian's world, right now. We are witnessing the evolution of a significant talent, and we should anticipate important work from him for many years".
Robert Christgau said "Every Transparent - Various - Rammstein Presents 7 singular, every track strong". Premier Guitar stated "The record reveals Bajakian as a sardonic composer, a masterly improviser, and a purveyor of excellent tones who finds new wrinkles in one of the most traditional musical forms". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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