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Crab People

Label: Romhog Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: CD 1: 1. Mecca Pecca Rocks - (6:43); 2. Nineteen Sixty Seven (parts 1 -2) - (12:43); 3. 20% Off - (13:37); 4. Play Electric Think Acustic - (5:23); Crab People (parts 1-3) - (15:01). CD 2: 1. End of an Era (parts 1-3) - (21:21); 2. 6 to the 5 to the 7 to the 9 - (6:39); 3. Furthest Realm - (6:21); 4. Retroactive (schwingy tabla) - (4:13); 5. Latiny on Q (parts 1-2) - (9:40). 6. No Turning Back - (11:44).

Sudbury

Label: Romhog Records
Released: 2013

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Barry Romberg's Random Access: Crab People

Read "Crab People" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Barry Romberg, batterista e compositore, è un veterano della scena jazzistica canadese e dalle sue parti è una vera leggenda: ha suonato in una sessantina di produzioni, di cui in oltre una decina come leader, e ha contribuito promuovere il jazz nel suo Paese. A proprio nome ha firmato in passato alcuni progetti molto interessanti come ...

The Gods Must Be Smiling

Label: Romhog Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: !st Things First; A Christmas Song; The Gods Must Be Smiling; Lowell's Bowel: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Epilogue.

was, shall, why, because

Label: Romhog Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Intro; Urban Landscape; I Was a Celestial Body in a Contents Sale; Suite for the Wolfman; Stratus Fractus.

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Barry Romberg's Random Access: The Gods Must Be Smiling

Read "The Gods Must Be Smiling" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Over the last 10 years, Random Access has seen changes in its lineup. The concept of the band came from drummer Barry Romberg, who began with home experiments in 2001. His object was to play music spontaneously and, with that idea in mind, the first incarnation of the band came into being. The seven-piece unit consisted ...

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Random Access: was, shall, why, because

Read "was, shall, why, because" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Multi-instrumentalist Barry Romberg brings his band of fellow adventurers, Random Access, on another musical journey that is filled with generous dollops of invention, surprise and just plain old darn good music. Romberg retains his trademark sense of humor, a trait that washes into his fellow cohorts. The underlining feature, however, is the way in which they ...

Existential Detective

Label: Romhog Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Harfingrinder; Accidental Beef; V 1.4-Interlude-Make Up Your Mind; The Cell; Village; The Dermonds; Sly-Fy; Still Dreamin; Hogwalk.

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Random Access Large Ensemble: Existential Detective

Read "Existential Detective" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Barry Romberg (drums, percussion, electric percussion, synthesizer) is constantly looking for the new and unusual. The music that he evokes, and finds a voice with through his bands, has firm construction and heady improvisation. These two attributes are integral components, as is his sense of fun which adds immeasurably to the music. The Romberg catalogue includes ...


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