On all accounts, Fifty-One Sorrows is a rewarding listening experience as this thoroughly modern improvisational troupe for the nineties exhibit many complexities along with dashes of nuance and to some extent a little underlying trickery of a subliminal nature. Upon repeated listens you are liable to detect variances in movement that may have eluded you during the initial spins. A great effect, which could only be attributed to the resiliency and intelligence of three flourishing masters! Highly recommended! * * * * 1/2
Mat Maneri; Baritone Violin: Ed Schuller; Bass: Randy Peterson; Drums
Leo Records website: www.atlas.co.uk/leorecords/
Record Label: Leo Records
Style: Modern Jazz
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