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Tim Daisy: A Fine Day In Berlin

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Blender drinks sometimes disguise their ingredients. A little peanut butter and banana tossed into your kale and spinach smoothie might provide just the right flavor camouflage. Likewise, adding drummer Tim Daisy (and his compositions) into a piano trio recording will produce results that are anything but standard trio fare. Daisy, one of Chicago's go-to drummers for the past decade can be heard in duo with Ken Vandermark and in his bands Made To Break, The Margots, and Topology ...


Mars Williams/Ingebrigt Haker-FlĂĄten/Tim Daisy: Moments Form

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The secret recipe for a great free jazz recording is to develop and maintain the energy systems of your particular ensemble. The ingredients are, of course, first class improvisers and most importantly those musicians must be willing to collaborate. The recipe seems obvious, but quite often the sum of the parts, when creating music from nothing, doesn't add up to a unified whole. No need to worry when the improvisers are world class and unselfish musicians ...


Tim Daisy: Tea Music, The Disappointment of Parsley & Staying in the Game

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Klang Tea Music Allos Documents 2009 The Dave Rempis Percussion Quartet The Disappointment of Parsley Not Two 2009 Fred Anderson Staying in the Game Engine 2009 Since his ascendancy into the Vandermark Five in 2003, Tim Daisy has become an increasingly in-demand drummer in the rich ...


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