All i can say is that this music has some primal atavistic soul searching quality ,which challenges and ultimately offends the dull mediocre stultifying formalism &/conservatism of our era shaped as it is by a cold heartless, bloodless consumer consensus global economy.
One could quite happily reside in the vacuum .of this music... the drag is having to snap out of such deep dream listening states , and be jolted back to a harsh unyielding reality of alienation, imminent decay and collapse.
This album has just that inexplicable shamanic power. all misanthropic repulsion aside....its so joyously alive...and vulnerable.
Hamiet Bluiett , is a faith healer of sorts ,who purveys an aural balm , which will in large enough doses sensitize one to the injustice of being trapped in an ever encroaching nightmare , and who therefore deserves support.
(click on the back cover for the line up and other info).... its a great band with Olu Dara , and Phillip Wilson.. in great form.
Some of the best records of Bluiett's in print can be bought from Cam Jazz who own the black saint catalog, they are selling them as both downloads and physical cds.
Jazz based Music of the late 70's doesnt get much better than Resolution or dangerously Suite