The Fourth Way :: Werwolf

The Fourth Way were one of the more intriguing denizens of the psychedelic ballroom circuit in the Bay Area of the late 1960s. With a quartet lineup of bass, drums, electric violin and ring-modulated electric piano, their strange sound, alternately funky and trippy, represented one of the first serious attempts to merge jazz with acid rock. Werwolf, the last of their three albums, was recorded live at the Montreux Jazz Festival in June 1970. Even with the subpar sound, it's a killer slab of the very earliest fusion . . .

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