“Jackson Pollock” by Disassembler

Starts with sounds of people talking in an establishment.  Then a drum heavy instrumental, than guitar, then horns join in to (mostly) dominate the other instruments.  Occasionally, the band plays with a discordant and even trippy execution.  Was that meant to reference Jackson’s drip paintings?  Did the recorded talking occur in what could possibly be a bar meant to reference Pollock’s hard living days?

This is pleasant but nothing new, for I have come across other combinations of Jazz music and Jackson Pollock.

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