The album is almost entirely improvised and scales greatness on a number of occasions – ‘Scene From A French Zoo’ is elegant and deeply ambient while the two tracks entitled ‘GRM Blue’ achieve and maintain a melodic harmony which sounds positively extreme in the company. But the overriding feeling is one of gradual disintegration giving way to atrophy; the improv becoming listless and incidental by album closer ‘Vaccination No.2’. Still, there are enough fragments of warped interference to ensure this is a worthy collaboration albeit one which doesn’t entirely muscle up to the canon of its individual progenitors.
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