Coyote Poets of the Universe | Pandora's Box

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Pandora's Box

by Coyote Poets of the Universe

Presenting 'Pandora's Box', the fifth CD from Coyote Poets of the Universe. CPU offers up everything from hard blues to jazz to sephardic music in their latest collection of original material. A classic!
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Pandora's Box
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2. Spellbound
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3. Raff Riff
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4. History of the World
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5. Cuando El Ray Nimrod
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6. Rescue
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7. Blood and Bones
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8. Surrounded By Cobras
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9. Vermilion Cliffs
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10. Solstice
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11. Quittin' Time
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Album Notes
Downbeat, September 2011

Pandora's Box Review

***1/2 (Three and 1/2 stars)

'These nine musicians, offering all original tunes on their fifth
album, might be graduates of Ken Kesey's Acid Tests of the mid-'60s
who have been transported across time to the present.
Along the way, they picked up influences ranging from globalists
Paul Horn and Oregon to adventurous rock bands It's A Beautiful Day
and Joy of Cooking to Ken Nordine's word-jazz. Keeping listeners off guard,
the Denver-based Coyote Poets loosely fit the contemporary jam-band
mold even as "Blood and Bones" and "Quittin' Time" rumble with a
blues heft unattainable to many conventional blues bands.'

Frank-John Hadley, Downbeat, September 2011


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