The unique Dean Bowman is the last of the guest vocalists on the album. Bowman usually tours in an avantgarde context (f.ex. Elliott Sharp) but recently won attention through his work with Jane Burnett on her Cuban orientated discs. In “Let It Flee” he unfolds his overwhelming, warm-hearted soul potential – within a generous setting which also leaves enough space for a smooth guitar solo by Obiedo and a witty Moog excursion by Carn.
With Johannes Mössinger Intuit return to their hometown – the Freiburg pianist who plays with Joe Lovano on his latest release “Monk’s Corner”, closes the album with a dreamy outro.
Without a doubt “Intuit – The Album” is an exceptional debut, transforming the glory period of black music into the 21st century with a unique, personal stroke.