Sonic Liberation Front / Change Over Time
Album: Change Over Time   Collection:Jazz
Artist:Sonic Liberation Front   Added:Jan 2007
Label:High Two Recordings  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2007-02-04 Pull Date: 2007-04-08 Charts: Jazz
Week Ending: Feb 25 Feb 11
Airplays: 1 2

Recent Airplay
1. Mar 14, 2013: No Cover, No Minimum
First Rain
4. Feb 22, 2007: Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
The Next Thing That Happens
2. Nov 09, 2012: No Cover, No Minimum
First Rain
5. Feb 09, 2007: Memory Select (Baseball Rainout)
First Rain
3. Jan 03, 2008: Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
The Next Thing That Happens
6. Feb 09, 2007: No Cover, No Minimum
The Next Thing That Happens

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2007-01-28
Jamming jazz with lots of percussion, accessible mainstream structure. Percussion is mostly hand drums and the like; the drum kit shows up in just a few places. With sax and trumpet, bass, and occasional electronics.

It's a kind of street-jazz or drum-circle feel that would be right at home in the Bay Area (but the collective is from Philadelphia, led by drummer Kevin Diehl.) More of an urban-jazzy sound than a "world" sound. See also Adam Rudolph, who's big on the lots-of-drums thing. FCC clean.

1- Energetic overlapping drums, dual sax/trumpet solo. Bright.
2- Spare, w/hand drums and street-player sax. "World" vocals during the second half.
3- Robust mid/fast, then an electronics pause(WTF?) followed by a new jam
4- Mid/fast, twisty theme, some cool soloing. Ends w/lotsa drums.
5- Slow guitar w/vocal, kind of a loud folky thing. New-agey ocean waves in the ending just ruin it.
6- Slow theme over fast, chaotic rhythm, into a nice stern groove w/long sax solo.
7- Quiet, atonal electronic humming... then, drums! Not sure it works.
8- Dance-y, digging beat. Kind of "free-Latin" horns. Then group singing and a bit of monologue. Ends w/lotsa drums.

Track Listing
1. The Next Thing That Happens   5. Omio
2. D'accord, Baby   6. Glass Eyes
3. Dominical   7. Ouaga To Bobo
4. First Rain   8. Change Over Time