Influential improvising guitarist Joe Morris ignites luminous imagery that casts a musically minded paradigm on how the diffraction of light may traverse a camera lens. However, individual interpretations can yield other enticing persuasions on Camera
, engineered upon the grouping of stringed instruments and drums.
"Street Scene" exemplifies Morris' clever articulations via fluttering storylines, largely executed at a brisk pace. Drummer Luther Gray
lays out a peppery backbone for the soloists' dissecting call-and-response patterns, where subliminal nods to blues, modern jazz, and avant chamber fuse into a jovial, yet somewhat unlikely medium.
Morris blazes a furious single-note path within the grand schematic amid split-tones and animated runs, where every progression offers an integral part to the continually moving parts. The guitarist also operates as a bonding agent via the gradually ascending developments. Morris extends his already expansive musicality and prominently delivers the goods throughout the intriguing propositions set forth on Camera