Ezra Feinberg :: Pentimento and others

Ezra Feinberg’s Pentimento and others is an album that demands you shut your eyes and submit to the drift.

Sometimes  a title doesn’t tell you anything useful about a record. Other times, it’s a clever nod to what the listener  might expect to hear — or even an instructive suggestion of how they should attempt to hear it. A term borrowed from art history, a pentimento is “an alteration in a painting, evidenced by traces of previous work.” The word is also Italian for repentance. All of which is . . .

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