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Live From New York

Ches Smith, Tyshawn Sorey & Roy Haynes

By Published: September 21, 2011
The soloing regime might have revolved around an expected sequence, turning from horn, to piano, to bass, but this was never allowed to become a complacent routine. The agility and imagination of the soloists consistently took their expressions into the realms of gripping structural unpredictability. This was particularly the case with Kikoski, whose spontaneous inventions were unlimited, racing with a flamboyant attention to percussive complexity.


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