Sunday, September 26, 2010


"Evidence Of Humanity" has a extraordinary and exceptional concept. Percussionist and composer Marco Minnemann provided the same album-length drum improvisation to different artists and invited them to compose music for it.
Among the participating artists one finds Trey Gunn and Alex Machacek just to name two. And now Mike Keneally has been added to the list as well.

Mike Keneally's music has always been on the on the edge. And with every new album, he went a bit further, making the new album sounding even more MK then the previous one.

With "Evidence Of Humanity", Mike Keneally leads you even further away from the safe, familiar and comforting path.

This is music that you will want to hear again and again.
But remember, this is not the album that you should try when you've never heard Mike Keneally's music before.

This is good. It's great. It's fabulous. It's just not easy.
There's lots of Zappa-esque rhythms and lines in there as well. Check out 'Tooth And Cold Stone Pew' if you can.

Highly recommended !!

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