Give your tweeters a rest
Is it sophisticated or primitive? Sexy or vulgar? It doesn't matter. Usually nothing more than a two-string bass, a bari sax and a set of skins, Morphine delivers originality that is listenable to the audiophile or the party guest. Born from the overblown harmonics from the monster bari of Dana Colley, the smokey voice and wildly elastic bass of the late Mark Sandman are chords thicker and chunkier than the best chowder from their native Boston. All in bass clef. Everyone I've turned on to Morphine has expressed undying gratitude. I'm the happiest junkie on emusic!