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There are songs that soothe and songs that jostle. Alex Lukashevsky's "Adamant Wall" is one of the latter.
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August 4, 2010 There are songs that soothe and songs that jostle; this is one of the latter. Sounding at times like a calypso band inspired by the tuneful free jazz of Albert Ayler, "Adamant Wall" is a rickety jalopy of a song that careens down a strangely controlled path. At the wheel is songwriter and performer Alex Lukashevsky.
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