venerdì 29 maggio 2015

Primitive Minimal Music vol.II

The P-Word Does Not Mean What You Think..:D

'Primitive Minimal Music Vol.II', is a five track, Instrumental Minimal-Easy Listening Pop album. Sometimes the use of certain Musical Classifications are "Tossed" about rather causally and if One is not careful-- a disservice may be done to an Artist. I am speaking of the Use of the Word "Primitive"....New Comers or Individuals not astute, Musically Speaking, might assume the Context means the Music, is Uncouth, Uncivilized, Savage, or Lacking Sophistication and so forth. In the Instance of this Collection ALL OF THE AFOREMENTIONED ARE FALSE AND GROSSLY INCORRECT! Musically, the Songs are indeed Minimal, depending on the song, no more than 3 or 4 Total Instruments are heard. More strikingly, a Single Instrument becomes a Duo of Two Instruments but in the most sparse fashion. Even Percussion is not immune for example, Percussive Elements are reduced to a Single Drum or Cymbal Ting and etc. This also holds true for Synth replicated, Brass or Sax and/or Keyboard Voices. The Melodies are very Strong but Simple without a lot of Ornamentation. Sometimes there is only a Melody and others a Basic Harmony accompaniment. Likewise, the Primitive Character speaks to very Basic Nature of the Song's Arrangement, Orchestration and Manner of Performance. Track #1, 'Homecoming', Begins the Album on a "Sturdy" and Melodic Note with a Tri-Tone, of Bass Synth, Brass-esque Synth and Percussion Tings. The Song is Dynamic in an Understated and Low Key Fashion. It also sets the Pace for its companion Tracks. As the saying goes, "Less is More" and this Album prove it. :D

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