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BRAND X Is There Anything About? (1982 UK 6-track LP the seventh studio album from one of the better known & creatively adventurous Jazz Fusion bands featuring founding members John Goodsall & Percy Jones with that bloke Phil Collins on drums & according to the sleeve notes concussion! Another wonderful Brand X effort with the picture sleeve in excellent condition & the vinyl looks barely played CBS85967)
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1. Ipanaemia - I agree this is the best track, even if it is a far cry from classic X and the newer X material. Nicely played and a bit "lite jazz" aura - Weather Channel could get away playing this one. Is the title a take on "The Girl from Ipanema"? Straight 4/4.
2. A Longer April - Not the best track from "Product" since it is so repetetive (if tranquil) and so no better for being made longer. Is this another take or just a longer fadeout? I never checked... mostly 4/4 with a 3/4 measure every cycle of the bass pattern.
3. Modern, Noisy, and Effective - obviously a tongue-in-cheek title and the music comes off the same. Very synth-poppish with disco bass lines. A silly fun up-beat track unlike anything they ever recorded. Straight 4/4.
4. Swan Song - Very basic tune with Collins' name the lead songwriting credit - hmm - but not another "And so to F..." This is also very synthy (in an 80's way) but much slower than the previous track. Bass is more slappy than disco. Vocals are a lot of repetitive "oh's" - straight 4/4.
5. Is There Anything About - probably the 2nd best track on the album, or tied with the first. At least a more classic X style track from Moroccan Roll. Improvised feel to it. Collins best drumming on the CD (though #1 is tasteful too). straight 3/4 for 1st half then changes to 4/4.
6. TMIU-ATGA (They're Making It Up As They Go Along) - another tongue-in-cheek title which just noodles around for a while with no direction. A far cry from Weather Report's early atmospheric doodles. Possibly lowest point on the CD and a sad way for the band to end their original series of releases. Meter is...absent/elastic...
If these tracks are pulled from Product and Do They Hurt? sessions then it is interesting to not that Collins is the only drummer here (Where is Morris Pert and Mike Clarke?) so maybe the pop direction the tracks Collins did with them during those sessions were not what everyone else wanted. John Giblin plays bass on overy track except for Percy Jones on the Title track - perhaps THAT more than anything is why the new Brand X disowned this album, if Jones is half of the original band and barely present...
It is also a short CD and, it would appear, out of print again. Oh well. Check out a used copy in a record store and read the humorous liner notes not included on the CD - but unfortunaley they didn't enlist the talents of Michael Palin for this one...
I have heard anecdotally that Percy Jones thought this album was an embarrassment, and I agree with him. Don't bother with this one unless you are hard core and have to have all of Brand X's material.