Jol Moody Aow
- Words: Jon Freer
- Label: April
Outlandish yet accessible, conceptual yet tangible, Moody Aow is a bamboozling, paradoxical collection of sleazy upbeat downbeat cuts that confirms Jol's reputation as a talented beat technician and multi-instrumentalist. "Spirit Of Pyrinee" looks to the mountains for inspiration, as liquid keys jam with aggrieved strings that conceal a terrible secret. "Cool Cat" is a fitting name for a majestic, vibraphone-laced grooving cut. "Kids In The Song" is an effortlessly cheerful number, with light-hearted keys, appealing clarinet and individualistic bass guitar. Moody Aow exudes a good-natured amiability that walks arm in arm with the album's sinister undertones.
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