Tree – Wim Oudijk – FATEA Review

“There can’t be many albums that reference the Beach Boys and the baroque, but then there aren’t many artists quite like Wim Oudijk. Over here he’s probably best known as a producer/arranger, but in his native Netherlands he’s best known as a former member of the likes of The Navel Orange Choir and as a solo performer. “Tree” is a 46 minute exploration of a tree from germination to termination and the uses it might find when dead. It’s a very individual album, you won’t find much that’s like it. This really is music as art, but without the pretention.”
– Neil King, FATEA

Check out the album yourself – here.

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