The total time of 77:49 is a lot for an album, but that’s what Trifecta: Prog contains. The band is called Superfluous Motor, and the Line-up is in short, Greg Chambers. He literally plays and do everything on the Trifecta: Prog.
Trifecta Prog is the eleventh album from Superfluous Motor and the album is part of a larger painting. Trifecta is a three-part album featuring three different segments focusing on the styles of funk, fusion and prog. Earlier last year, Trifecta: Fusion was reelased, and eleven the album of six years more than suggests a very dedicated musician. Probably there is an album next year from Chambers called Trifecta: Funk?
Focusing primarily on the progressive rock style while also not strictly adhering to genre constraints. Trifecta: Prog is inspired by the concept of inter dimensional travel, multiple realities, multiple dimensions, the universe, and what lies beyond. But at the end of the day, it’s probably just an excuse for Chambers to give the songs dumb names and «get weird» with the music on this one.
Superfluous Motor is an experimental/instrumental progressive rock/fun/jazz/fusion/something that Greg Chambers started sex years ago. Chambers is not a people person, by doing everything himself he can stick to his introverted ways whilst creating the music he wants to make. Superfluous Motor is not very marketable, it’s not commercial at all, but I enjoy much of the new album from this music wizard.