Babelfish: Once Upon A Tide

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Try though I did, I wasn't able to hear beyond the air of cool detachment that seems to pervade this music. The opening The Book Of Joy drifts in on wisps of sound and effectively sets the tone for the entire programme despite Beraha's initial effort at disrupting the calm, unruffled surface of the music; the song does liven up rhythmically but yer actual jazz hack was left wondering how it essentially differed from the recorded efforts of a number of contemporary vo
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