Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
mtlb | 11/23/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Found this like most others did, in the discount bin. Very funky, almost a cleaner sounding 311, but no less sonic than Pearl Jam's 10. I don't know of another trio that sounds this sparse while still managing to also play `big,' if that makes sense. As rhythmic as Copeland's drummming was, the Police never played funk-rock like this. You hear bands TALK about their R&B influence, only to find no such thing in their music. Inclined walks the walk and lays down some grooves here for sure. It's clear they were influenced by James Brown as much as Jimi. I should stop comparing them to others though because they're just not like any other. A shame this was their only CD. However, I did see that Miles Tackett from the band is now playing bass and strings in Breakestra. His playing seems more Motownish and mature, but funky nonetheless (Go to: Breakestra dot com) They also have a bunch of CDs here on Amazon:Hit the Floor"
Unusual, Unusually Musically Great
C Morris | Florida | 04/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I bought the CD when I first heard it being played behind some west coast surfing videos on Television several years ago. Took a while to find it. I am an amateur musician, did not realize how much of an amateur until I listend to this ! Possibly some of the most interesting orchestrations, chord progressions and transitions I have ever heard. Do your self a large favor, if you appreciate good music and something very different, give this a listen. You will not regret it. Please e mail me if you know of any other music by Inclined. My son, grandson and I agree these musicians are truly talented."
What a find!
David Piersol-Freedman | Berlin, MA United States | 08/06/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Great songs, great playing. These guys can really groove - it's a crime they never made it. Buy this CD if you can find it!"