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Rune Grammofon

Food 'Molecular Gastronomy' CD

£13.99

Rune Grammofon

Food 'Molecular Gastronomy' CD

£13.99

Now down to the duo of Iain Ballamy and Thomas Strønen, Food looks to be more active than ever. This, their fifth album, was recorded by Jeremy Cox over a period of two years and mixed by Ashley Slater, who also contributes on three tracks.

Maria Kannegaard plays Fender Rhodes on five tracks. Strønen, considered to be one of Norway´s most inventive drummers, was always an important writer in Food and it´s fair to say that a good amount of their earlier output was written as opposed to improvised.

“Molecular Gastronomy”, however, is mostly improvised, much in the same way as the music of Strønen´s other duo Humcrush. Given the new set-up and a fresh approach, it´s also natural that Ballamy, without doubt one of the great British sax players of his generation, gets more room for his excellent playing.

Finally, this is also a great sounding album!


Tracklisting:
1. Khymos
2. Apparatus
3. Red Algae
4. Lota
5. Spherification
6. Texturas
7. Nature's Recipe
8. Heston
9. The Larder Chef
10. Alchemy