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Water and Bodies - Water and Bodies

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Water and Bodies - Water and Bodies
Record Label: Rain City Records
Release Date: May 15, 2009
This review is a user submitted review from Matthew Tsai. You can see all of Matthew Tsai's submitted reviews here.
 
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02:10 PM on 09/14/09
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I am SO glad that you reviewed this! I was and still am a big Kaddisfly fan (Set Sail the Prairie is such an amazing album!!!!) and I was a bit worried when they made the decision to put K-Fly on permanent hiatus and essentially try to build something from scratch with Water & Bodies.

My favorite track is "Free World" -- sounds best on full blast driving down the road ;) And you're right about Christopher Ruff's vocals. Not only are they powerful but they are also deeply emotive with a beautiful tonality. But really the whole EP is solid. Each track offers something different. K-Fly was always great with the musical landscapes and this new project is no different.

I can't wait to hear more material from these guys -- and hopefully they will be able to do some touring beyond the west coast. They are a force to be reckoned with on stage -- such musicianship and energy!
07:03 AM on 09/18/09
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I'll check this out, as I also loved Set Sail the Prairie. Does anyone know, though, why they ended Kaddisfly just to start a band that sounded so similar?
10:01 AM on 09/18/09
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i actually listened to this yesterday. i've had it for a while, but just never gave it a good listen. i have to say that i still love kaddisfly more, but i do like water & bodies...different direction, good stuff.
01:42 PM on 09/28/09
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I'll check this out, as I also loved Set Sail the Prairie. Does anyone know, though, why they ended Kaddisfly just to start a band that sounded so similar?
This is incorrect - they don't.

And anyway, one of the members quit to start a family or something, and the other 4 wanted to carry on. It's going to sound a bit the same with 4/5 members.

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