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Organic Material

Label: Sachimay Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Get It While You Can; Path; Device; You're So Perceptive; The Mature Weekend; Organic Material.

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Dan DeChellis Trio: Organic Material

Read "Organic Material" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Good ideas need to be expanded upon rather than repeated, since even the best of them may lose their appeal with multiple restatements. Dan DeChellis' Organic Matter is full of interesting musical concepts that are not really explored to their fullest; rather, they are repeated with each track multiple times, creating a pleasant, hypnotic effect that, ...

Red Rooms & Twenty Minutes in Brooklyn

Label: Sachimay Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Red Rooms : RR1 (10:46) / RR2 (16:38) / RB (16:20) / RR3 (10:32). Twenty Minutes in Brooklyn : (19:06).

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Chainworks: Red Rooms & Twenty Minutes in Brooklyn

Read "Red Rooms & Twenty Minutes in Brooklyn" reviewed by Frank Rubolino

Chainworks is a futuristic trio playing otherworldly music for beings with expanded capacity for absorbing new directions. On Red Rooms, Dan DeChellis develops varied sonic possibilities on electric piano, Brian Moran submerges the soundscape with electronic supplements, and Matt Hannafin paints asymmetric rhythms from a palette of assorted shades and colors. Together, they unite to spontaneously ...

Chamber Music

Label: Sachimay Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: #1. Life on a Square; #2. Deliberate Steps; #3. Conversation Quench.

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Levendis (duo): Actions, Productive Of A Process

Read "Actions, Productive Of A Process" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The “Levendis (duo)” represents one half of the fine contemporary classical-improv troupe known as “Ensemble Duchamp”. With Actions, Productive of a Process, oboist Lenny Young once again demonstrates his considerable wares as a cunning improviser on these chamber-like yet altogether free-flowing works. Whereas pianist Joshua Yohe is a near-perfect foil for Young’s witty and semi-austere incantations ...

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Dan DeChellis: Chamber Music

Read "Chamber Music" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Free jazz (and I mean the really free stuff) can approach pure improvisation. But the more abstract it gets, the more it can also approximate noise. The same can also be said for a lot of the “modern classical" that took off after John Cage. So sometimes it's hard to say exactly what's going on in ...

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Ensemble Duchamp: Etant donnes

Read "Etant donnes" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Etant Donnes ”, was recorded live at the Mellon Institute auditorium, Pittsburgh, Pa and as stated in the liners, these pieces are first takes, which for the most part is what improvisation is all about. An interesting instrumentation mix consisting of oboe, tuba, piano, alto sax, drums and percussion make for a refreshing approach complete with ...

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Bhob Rainey: Ink

Read "Ink" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

On Ink soprano saxophonist Bhob Rainey stands alone, live onstage in front of a college crowd....Most musicians would shutter at the idea! Kind of like standing naked in public some might say? Well, Rainey does an effective job, which may be a result of his plethora of ideas, improvisational savvy and proficient musicianship. Rainey has spent ...

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DeChellis, Tomasic, Nakatani Trio: Real Time

Read "Real Time" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Although the somewhat sparse CD liners do not disclose much information, this CD was recorded live as the New England based trio of DeChellis, Tomasic and Nakatani engage in some crafty improvisational language on Real Time. Having individually performed with the likes of Gerry Hemmingway, Ran Blake, Peter Erskine and others, this Trio engage in some ...


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