Introducing '64-'95, the third installment in Lemon Jelly's rich history of long players. Breaking away from any (Jelly) mold, Fred Deakin and Nick Franglen have altered the ship's course somewhat and we are treated to '64-'95; their most diverse record yet.Lemon Jelly have made an album entirely based upon unlikely samples swiped from their vast record collections. Not unlike one of their DJ sets, they flip between musical styles at will and make light work of cramming metal, 70's pop, Euro house, R&B, punk and more into just one album. The title, '64-'95 simply signifies the span in years of the various samples they've used and, as ambitious as the whole thing sounds, it works.
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