As a result, the mood of the disc is wide open and the trio runs wild with the freedom. They indulge themselves on an eight-minute drone called "Entrance to open the album and then head right into "Escalator, in which Wayne approximates the most down beaten and obsessive flamenco player in the world. The tracks run into each other, sculpting ambient soundscapes of apprehension and tremulous anticipation for whatever is about to go down.
The Mayday Session succeeds in liberating itself from all expectations simply by presenting music that does as it pleases. Obviously this is not a recording for everyone. It's sure to cause uneasiness if piped into the mall, but it offers tantalizing rewards for listeners prepared to bide their time with it.
Track Listing: Entrance; Escalator; Elektra; Orbiter; On The Ancient Road; In Tomb Country; Swing Tune; Headlights; Exit
Personnel: Saul Cline-saxophone; Matt Wayne-guitar; Todd Bishop-drums
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