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Fence Kitchen - Beading A Rook

  by Maarten Schiethart

published: 15 / 3 / 2006



Fence Kitchen - Beading A Rook
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Format: CD

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Dull and uninspiring freeform jazz from New England art rock project, Fence Kitchen


Please forgive these words but swapping of the initial letters in words is very much a typical waste of time with the undetermined. Fence Kitchen, Ken's Fitchen if you insist, are a band from New England, USA who fancy the lengthier session. 'Beading of The Rook', alas, got stuck in this breezy freeform trap in which 'freeform' had already become a genre in itself and had lost its initial free design. 'Beading of The Rook' is close to the jazzy experiments which were undertaken in the 1980's. The modest effort, that 'Beading of The Rook' is, works like muzak when you're shopping for 'indie' but I shall not invite and neither incite you any further. Tantalizing stuff it is, but unworthy of any further recommendation than that of beyond the realms of the North East Indie World. As a matter of fact, I found myself increasingly more annoyed with this album upon each subsequent listen.'Beading of The Rook' is quite dull. This is stoner-jazz. Not enough stonking for my taste I hasten to add.



Track Listing:-
1 Shanty
2 Alone In The Water
3 Tombstone Pharmacy
4 Reading The Wit
5 Below Brio
6 Shuttlecock
7 Overture
8 Organic Chemistry
9 Hatio Salico
10 Big His Britches
11 Twine
12 Sight
13 Canoe From An Attica



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