Jazzed-down trip-hop for early morning hours in a field, Momma Gravy's Dribble It On extends Pork Recordings' arsenal of little-bit-peculiar chill-out. It's virtually unspectacular, but decent enough nevertheless, with an album-wide emphasis on warm electronic chitters, extended drum rolls, and the occasional floaty piano and acoustic guitar. Disappointingly, despite the name, humor is hard to come by (the skewed "Shatabagabaccy" being an exception). It's a safe bet for Jazzanova and Fila Brazillia believers, but never as unspoiled or imaginative as either of those bands.
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AllMusic Review by Dean Carlson