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Jozef Dumoulin & Lidbloj: Live in Neerpelt

Read "Live in Neerpelt" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Belgian keyboardist Jozef Dumoulin incorporates some oddball and magical innuendoes with his Fender Rhodes and electronics implementations, and is an inventive improviser who comingles a flock of emotive voicings into his work. On this outing he leads an international outfit, featuring Clean Feed Records artist Lynn Cassiers who harmonizes with the instrumentalists via her angelic vocals, while also incorporating electronics into the grand schema, following suit with her band-mates. The musicians project lucid imagery throughout this live offering ...

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Jozef Dumoulin: A Fender Rhodes Solo

Read "A Fender Rhodes Solo" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

Belgian keyboards player Jozef Dumoulin describes his new solo album, his first solo album, as the the first solo album in the history of the electric piano, the Fender Rhodes. It is also a culmination of a long exploratory journey into the various, weird, eccentric sonic qualities of this vintage instrument, enhanced with electronic effects. The versatile Dumoulin developed a highly personal voice on the keyboards, including the Fender Rhodes, that always flirted with experimental sounds, ...