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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 ...

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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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Barry Romberg's Random Access: Big Giant Head

Read "Big Giant Head" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Barry Romberg's Random Access marches on to part six of its musical journey, called Big Giant Head. With all the accolades that have greeted earlier efforts, the size of the head is not surprising. Romberg says that this recording and the previous one, Accidental Beef, (Romhog Records, 2006), involve the most structure the band has had ...

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Barry Romberg's Random Access: Accidental Beef

Read "Accidental Beef" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Barry Romberg's Random access continues its musical adventures with some Accidental Beef that was put together at the Rex Hotel in Toronto. It was a good night: the band exudes a raw, intense urgency that has been captured in all its glory. The music balances improvisation with a basic structure, providing a perfect base for the ...

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Barry Romberg's Random Access: Accidental Beef

Read "Accidental Beef" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Canadian drummer Barry Romberg's Random Access, with four previous studio recordings to its credit, has made its name with a carefully crafted electronic sound, owing much to Miles Davis' late-'60s/early-'70s recordings. With Accidental Beef, part five in the Random Access series, he takes the group outside the tighter confines of the studio for an excellent live ...


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