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Garaj Mahal - "Blueberry Cave", "Celtic Indian" & "Meatless Patty"
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Garaj Mahal est un quatuor constitué de Eric Levy (claviers), Alan Hertz (batterie), Kai Eckhardt (basse) et Fareed Haque (guitare) accompagnés sur leurs premiers albums live (3 d'un coup sont sortis cet été chez Harmonized Records) de Zakir Hussain (tablas) et de Jamie Janover (hammer dulcimer). Il sont tous les 4 des musiciens accomplis, qui ont joué avec Dizzy Gillespie, Stanley Clarke, Al DiMeola, Steve Smith’s Vital Information, the John McLaughlin Trio, Big Elvis, Steve Kimock... Brefs de purs requins? Non, non, des purs zicos qui ont tournés pendant des années et ont décidé de se réunir pour fonder un projet "jam band jazz" dans la foulée des succès de Phish et consorts... Le groupe joue soudé, très technique mais ne part pas en prog-rock, à la limite vers l'univers loufoque de Frank Zappa parfois, mais sinon c'est toujours très fusion jazz-rock, en un peu plus groovy et psychédélique. Ce qui n'est pas plus mal.

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