Considering the material and the band rep, the title of this recording was probably inevitable. Nor will you find many obvious choices. The Mob takes an admirably measured and creative approach with this material, preserving the danger!
The best album credited to Sex Mob is Solid Sender which is ranked number 76, in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 2. Sex Mob is ranked number 30, in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 2. This may not be a complete discography for Sex Mob.
Castello dei Rampolla Sammarco is the original bio-dynamic Super Tuscanpredating the much more hyped and expensive Ornellaiaboth of whose vines reside deep in the heart of Chianti Classicoalso next door to Sassicaia and Solaia. The resulting record maintains both the power and subtlety of the original John Barry orchestral compositions while completely transforming the language by which they are conveyed, renewing the vitality of their spirit. Rampolla Sammarco is rich with black and red fruits, ash, underbrush, pine needles, a dusting of white pepper, a hint of menthol, and wisp of chalkdust to the nose.
The album is sequenced like a Bond flick, with music for opening credits, acts 1 and 2, intermission and closing credits. JazzTimes Newsletter. America's jazz resource, delivered to your inbox.
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Sexmob's sets feature a high proportion of coversusually familiar pop songs, which are given a humorous but avant-garde treatment. Bernstein points out that this is a return to a fundamental jazz tradition to take a familiar song and then disassemble and reassemble it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.