supported by 14 fans who also own “I would be where I am not”
Mary Halvorson is a genius composer and guitarist who has developed her own musical language, and with Code Girl she has incorporated poetry into that language. Incredible compositions and lyricism (each track is a different kind of poem). Halvorson's playing is as great as usual, and all the other members of the band sound great. Robert Wyatt's singing in particular works extremely well in the tracks he's featured. Highly, highly recommend. rat
supported by 11 fans who also own “I would be where I am not”
There is this feeling of a breath that can stop at any moment without knowing when. Everything becomes fragile and uncertain. Very interesting symbiosis between the instruments which seem to be one. Beautifully recorded. sylvain-levier
supported by 10 fans who also own “I would be where I am not”
A very good album. I am really impressed with the whole team, but words of appreciation are due to the Leader, who I feel has much more to share. This album affects not only the music, but also the words.
I hope to hear this music live someday. The best in Poland. Kind regards. Grzegorz Werner