Friday Fire ~ “Zalazak Sunca (Sunset)” ~ Fish In Oil.

Fish In Oil _Jazz

 

Talk about “Tone” this Serbian guitarist Bratislav Radovanović and band excels in the sound. What an absolutely refreshing tantalizing mix of melodies within the whole album of Fish in Oil, but knowing the appetite I possess with the flavors of both Jazz & Blues this particular song filled my soul to the gills (No pun intended).

The combination here between guitar and the saxophone of Dušan Petrović manages to capture what they were searching for in a theme for the album, New York’s spirit.

Radovanović also has the qualities of a Marc Ribot although he cannot be copied nor do I think Radovanović is trying to mimic him. His work definitely stands on his own.

Avant-garde jazz if I’ve ever heard in this little known band here in the USA, hopefully that will change as they gain more notoriety. It’s a fusion of jazz, blues, rock, psychedelia, surf and a little bit of Latin.

This song is melodic mastery in a sultry mysterious twist.

The syncrasy of guitar and sax with the bass and percussion dancing into a seductive night with an explosive improv as their guide that they seem to slip into at the crucialist moment.

Fish In Oil is guaranteed to keep the circulation flowing.

 

Fish In Oil_Jazz

 

 

Zalazak Sunca “Sunset”.

Written by Bratislav Radovanović.
Released off the debut album in 2012 “Poluostrvo”.

Bratislav Radovanović – guitar
Dušan Petrović – saxophone
Branislav Radojković – double bass
Tom Fedja Franklin – drums
Aleksandar Radojičić Šojka – percussion

 

Bratislav Radovanovic_Fish In Oil

Dusan Petrovic_Fish In Oil

Branislav Radojkovic _Fish In Oil

Tom Fedja Franklin_Fish In Oil

 

Fish_In_Oil_Jazz

 

1 Comment

Filed under Entertainment, MUSIC

One response to “Friday Fire ~ “Zalazak Sunca (Sunset)” ~ Fish In Oil.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s