Holus-Bolus | All Together . . . All At Once

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All Together . . . All At Once

by Holus-Bolus

Jazz-rock bridging weird and progressive jazz
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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1. Dirt Track
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6:17 album only
2. Fear And Happiness
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8:24 album only
3. Leave A Light On (for Steve Lacy)
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10:27 album only
4. The Long And Winding Road
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7:28 album only
5. Mobilium Perpetuum
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13:51 album only
6. Scatterbrain
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7. The Cube
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Josh Sinton conceived the band holus-Bolus in winter of 2004. Individually, the members of holus-Bolus (Josh Sinton, Jeremy Udden, Peter Bitenc and Mike Pride) have played all over the world (India, Ethiopia, Belgium, Shanghai, New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Nashville, Israel). Collectively they combine their experiences to form a cohesive unit. Their music runs the gamut from garage rock to jazz to experimental sounds. They offer an eclectic take on American Improvised Music. Playing both original compositions and 'unlikely' cover tunes, they are determined to rock.


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TERRENCE E. FAHY

elegance at its best
the ebb and flow of this quartet is worth every serious listener's ear its an over the edge and back again project that will keep me coming back for more listenings. the arrangements on the cover tunes and the originals are elegance at it's best in which i would call complexity w/ twist of joy.