Enoch Light

Vibrations

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The records that Enoch Light made with his small Light Brigade ensemble feature some of Lew Davies' airiest, most adventurous arrangements, with many a song starting as a quiet bongo jam or a interplay of guitar lines and winds and the song's identity remaining mysterious for some time. "Vibrations" is named for the use of the ondioline, the sci-fi-sounding organ that takes some of the melody for "Remember" and "Dancing on the Ceiling." It's used sparingly, so not to sound gimmicky, and the majority of the album is a bongo and xylophone extravaganza.

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