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Living Daylights: Electric Rosary

Read "Electric Rosary" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Like so much that is New York (insert your own NYC gripe here) the late 80s early 90s avant scene turned to arty, less accessible music once it gained popularity. The Downtown attitude was/is if the multitudes dig it, it’s time to change. The fun that was the Knitting Factory scene has devolved into serious music making (read boring). Bill Frisell and Wayne Horvitz fled NY for Oregon. We’re lucky for two things, Tonic (a club on the lower lower ...

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Living Daylights: Electric Rosary

Read "Electric Rosary" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Electric Rosary is an endearing new jazz-based release from Seattle denizens; saxophonist Jessica Lurie, bassist Arne Livingston and drummer Dale Fanning while special guest guitarist Bill Frisell lends his estimable talents on several tracks. Known as “Living Daylights” the band combines slick groove-inspired rhythms amid Fanning’s resilient drumming with tinges of Eastern Europe and Middle Eastern style motifs on the opener “Pike Or Pine” and other compositions. With “Get Bone-A-Fide”, Fanning implements a New Orleans shuffle beat amid the trio’s ...

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Album Review

Living Daylights: Electric Rosary

Read "Electric Rosary" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Electric Rosary is an endearing new jazz-based release from Seattle denizens; saxophonist Jessica Lurie, bassist Arne Livingston and drummer Dale Fanning while special guest guitarist Bill Frisell lends his estimable talents on several tracks. Known as “Living Daylights” the band combines slick groove-inspired rhythms amid Fanning’s resilient drumming with tinges of Eastern Europe and Middle Eastern style motifs on the opener “Pike Or Pine” and other compositions. With “Get Bone-A-Fide”, Fanning implements a New Orleans shuffle beat underneath the trio’s ...


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