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Paul Bley/Gary Peacock/Paul Motian: Not Two, Not One

Read "Not Two, Not One" reviewed by David Adler

Despite its esoteric thrust, this music is suffused with the classic sound of the jazz piano trio. And if anyone knows the format inside and out, it’s these three men. Pianist Paul Bley started out as a bebopper in the 50s, playing trio with Mingus and Art Blakey. A decade later, drummer Paul Motian played a ...

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Paul Bley/Gary Peacock/Paul Motian: Not Two, Not One

Read "Not Two, Not One" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

In a league by himself, pianist Paul Bley's art is one that has involved taking the road less traveled. He uses the jazz vocabulary in a way that is distinctive and varies from the norm, much in the manner that Hemingway or Gertrude Stein created sentences and paragraphs that skirted typical conventions. For this new ECM ...


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