The sound of Jams Of Inner Perception is quite remarkable. The beauty of its musical philosophy comes out of its profound cosmogony of colorful harmonies naturally, and the placid, but lucid creativity of its concentrated synergy extrapolates the inner vivacity of its horizontal harmonies in a perfectly passionate, but methodical sonorous expansion. While its musical barriers are restrained to a certain degree – and this is easy to attest – the meticulous greatness of its style is simply beyond impressive, plausible or perfunctorily audacious.
Although the record is somewhat concise, its musical greatness is markedly engraved on the walls of its omniscient sonorous narrative. Its stylish revenue is – to a certain degree – very simple; therefore, easy to assimilate and to appreciate. But it is also necessary to emphasize the colossal degree of creativity present in the work, that is assembled in a very modest and effusive manner, inserted in such a graciously harmonious outlook, that its lucid veracity contributes to enlarge its formidable degree of artistry.
This is also one of the first works that I’ve heard where the bass guitar is worked in a very diligent, interesting and relevant fashion. Undoubtedly, this album – made almost entirely of jams and acid jags – is an exhilaratingly unique work of art. Although I cannot rate this album as perfect nor excellent, certainly gets very close to it. Jams Of Inner Perception is definitely a fantastic, singular and refined work, whose gracefully perennial level of originality is absolutely beyond a formal definition.