Bob Dylan said, what if you put the past, the present, and the future all in the same room. Anything could happen. Add that to the definition of Frittata as an Italian dish, usually served for breakfast, containing all the leftovers from last night/s dinner and more, and you might get an idea of the scope of the music. Rolf Kempf is the writer, producer and major player here. The music is quite a development from the music he is most know for, namely the Alice Cooper tune, Hello, Hurray. Blaine Dunaway supplies the violin and trumpet lines in an exemplary and evocative way. His background is in big band jazz, as well as a stint with Harry Manx'' folk/blues/world music ensemble.
Put together Ray Charles, Weather Report, John Prine, The Cure, Mediterranean Dance Music, Sufi lyrics and Smooth Blues tracks and you will have to listen for yourself, because it all sounds too hard to pigeon-hole, yet here it is-the past, the present, and the future all in the same room.
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