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It Had Been An Ordinary Enough Day In Pueblo, Colorado

Label: JAPO

Format: CD

Genre: Experimental

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For folks familiar with AMM, this one really doesn’t need much by way of introduction. However, as an entry point, it serves up (relatively) short digestible tracks that illustrate the organic genius of AMM. By the time they recorded this album, this was AMM’s third incarnation. By no means the groups most decisive or challenging work, the songs clearly demonstrate the various shades of free improv mastery that give the group it’s perrenial status as one of the finest examples within the genre. AMM have never been well-known to the general public, but have been, in their own way, hugely influential on several generations of adventurous musicians. AMM have been called “legendary” and “groundbreaking,” and are notable as perhaps the first musical group deliberately to try to make music not related to any establised musical genre.
Cat. number: JAPO 60031
Year: 2001

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