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A Vision Of Panorama / Seaside Tune / Mellophonia

Test Pressing, Dr Rob, Review, A Vision Of Panorama, Russia, Seaside Tune, Mellophonia, Aficionado, Music For Dreams

More Linda Di Franco-isms from Russia`s A Vision Of Panorama, away from `Nado, and Kenneth Bager`s Dreams, and out on his own Mellophonia with perhaps more of a forceful Balearic chug than before. Payola$ singing a song for Denise. “Seaside Tune” drops to a ponderous skank, congas lapping like waves. The rhythm of the sea. A sleepy thoughtful lull. Beach bars opening. “Blues 909” wealds electronic marimba and a Wally Badarou patch that twin it with Andras Fox`s “Vibrate On Silent”. “Heartbeat” is Dubwise Disco, but still pays its respects to Wally, his “Endless Race”. Max Essa taking that glass bottomed boat off the coast of Gary Low`s “Equador”. “Message From Library” and “Mosaic Xylos” have Anna Domino all caught up, and Isabelle Antena lying on her sofa, hoping for love.

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