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The new Time Was marks a dramatic evolution for Asa Osbourne's Zomes. The former Lungfish guitarist had previously crafted his albums alone, recording his undulating organ chords onto cassette. For this one, Zomes embraced the clearer, more spacious production of a proper studio. Swedish singer Hanna Olivegren, who joined Zomes last year, takes a prominent role, too, blessing Osbourne's solemn swells with vocals that glide and float, like Kate Bush singing jazz. —Bryan C. Reed

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