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Thomas Chapin Trio: Ride

Read "Ride" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

When leukemia claimed Thomas Chapin at the age of forty in 1998, his mixture of the avant garde and the accessible placed him and his rhythm section at the verge of jazz stardom. Already a downtown NYC legend, Chapin was among the first artists to perform at the Knitting Factory and the first to be signed ...

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Thomas Chapin Trio: Ride

Read "Ride" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Tomas Chapin, talentuoso multistrumentista deceduto nel 1998 a soli quarant’anni per un male incurabile, non solo ha attraversato la scena downtown newyorchese con la passione e la vitalità della propria visione musicale, ma i suoi dischi e i suoi concerti hanno marchiato indelebilmente un decennio ricco di fermenti e di svolte importanti negli sviluppi della musica improvvisata. Grande estimatore della ...

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Thomas Chapin Trio: Ride

Read "Ride" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Thomas Chapin cast a giant shadow on this concert recorded at the North Sea Jazz Festival in 1995. Chapin brought bassist Mario Pavone and drummer Michael Sarin along--a stellar cast which delivered a stellar performance. Chapin, who passed away in 1998, had the imagination that took his compositions into different realms. He never let freedom get ...

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Thomas Chapin Trio: Ride

Read "Ride" reviewed by Chris May

Whooooah! To keep up with saxophonist/flautist Thomas Chapin on this one, you're going to need some of those monkey adrenal glands Hunter S. Thompson wrote about, or at the very least a seat belt and a note from your mom. Ride--and if ever an album deserved an exclamation mark at the end of its title, this ...

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Thomas Chapin Trio: Night Bird Song

Read "Night Bird Song" reviewed by David Adler

Saxophonist/flautist Thomas Chapin died of leukemia in February 1998 at the age of 40. Night Bird Song is a posthumous release of a 1992 recording session, and it’s beautiful, confirming Chapin’s stature as an immortal jazz artist. With Chapin on alto and sopranino saxophones, flute, and alto flute, Mario Pavone on bass, and Michael Sarin on ...

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Thomas Chapin Trio: Night Bird Song

Read "Night Bird Song" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

A few weeks after his soon to be – critically acclaimed – “Sky Piece” was released in 1998, saxophonist-composer Thomas Chapin passed away, following his yearlong bout with Leukemia. After several years of journeyman status with the likes of notables such as Lionel Hampton, Anthony Braxton and Chico Hamilton, Chapin finally attained widespread recognition with his ...