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Rent Romus' Lords of Outland  - You'll Never Be The Same
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Rent Romus' Lords of Outland
You'll Never Be The Same
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This raw, gut level, on the edge recording places the listener smack dab in the middle of Blondie's Jazz Bar in San Francisco on a cold night in February 1995.
YOU'LL NEVER BE THE SAME is the first release by Rent Romus of this iconic project, a musical journey combining a primal sense of groove and improvisation with Romus' "X" generation angst. This seven-cut release pushes the envelope with original compositions, which follows a gut level groove, and then builds upon that structure with free form improvisation. The music takes the attitude of the grunge music movement, and incorporates it into an acoustic, improvised setting. Through this concept of strange bedfellows the music appeals to the hard core jazz fan as well as the alternative music fan.

Rent Romus - alto & sop. saxophones
Jason "Jay O" Olaine - trumpet
Vytas "Brock Lee" Nagisetty - bass
Andrew Borger -drums

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“This is a crazy record, and one that listeners with
open ears toward the music of Albert Ayler, Ornette Coleman and Rahsaan Roland Kirk (among others)
should enjoy…highly emotional music.”
- Scott Yanow, All Music Guide

“Romus’ quartet recorded live in San Francisco plays
like an aggressive version of the Ornette tribute band
Old And New Dreams. When so few are making strong statements in music today, You’ll Never Be The Same! Shouts.”
-Mark Corroto – SOS Jazz

"The expansive arrangements of their largely modal
and groove-oriented compositions provide Romus
with plenty of room to strut his swaggering dynamic
and fat vibrato."
-Sam Prestianni, BAM Magazine -R.I.P.

"Romus' solos served to liberate the music from
the group's comfort range... Particularly noteworthy
in Romus' playing is his apparent sense of the
tradition of jazz."
-Robin L. Hammer

"Romus sports a broad tone and a record
collector's wit."
-David Strauss, San Francisco Weekly