Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Dr. Dopo Jam - Crusin´ At Midnite (1981)


The third and final album from this Danish band.

The band was a sextet with a lineup of woodwinds, congas, bongos, percussion, drums, bass, keyboards, synths, guitars, electric violin and vocals.

The band's two previous outputs had been pretty OK. So I was looking forward to this one with a bit trepidation.

Their music is a mix of krautrock and Gong like weird rock.

There is indeed a lot of Canterbury prog in their music. The naive approach to music.

There are even some children rhymes here inbetween some bewildering mad songs and pieces of music.

There are some mad guitars, woodwinds and vocals here

The quality is unfortunate not the greatest. This is a decent enough album, but nothing more than that.

This band is an obscure band and will interest those into Gong and the Canterbury scene. I have my reservations....

2 points


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