Ekseption :: The ‘70s Broadcasts (Remastered)

Layers of kaas, jazz, classical, psych, and virtuositeit  piled up and played out as Ekseption. Between 1969 and 1972, pianist Rick van der Linden was ostensibly the center-piece of the human/Muppet-hybrid band, but the rotating door of members (aside from life-long member, trompetter Rein van den Broek) were nothing to slouch at.

“Ekseption — The ‘70s Broadcasts (Remastered)” can either be put on in the background as an hour-plus introductory mixtape to the group, or watched for the group performing amongst farm animals, eating matzah in Israel and . . .

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