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New Zion Trio: Fight Against Babylon

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The jazz piano trio and Jamaican dub music--the reggae sub-genre that focuses on slowing down the original reggae mix and emphasizing the bass and drums tracks with studio wizardry--seem to be two distant musical universes. Yet producer and multi-instrumentalist Jamie Saft's New Zion Trio debut recording succeeds in blowing fresh winds in the traditional piano trio with dub aesthetics, citing King Tubby, Bob Marley, Bill Evans, Pharoah Sanders and Alice Coltrane as influences. All the compositions, except the closing “Fire Ablaze," were recorded live without any overdubs or studio-enhanced manipulations, but still follow in the Jamaican dub ...



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