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Charnett Moffett: The Bridge

Read "The Bridge" reviewed by Franz A. Matzner

The sound of Charnett Moffett's bass resonates almost instantly straight to the depths of the soul. Over his career, Moffett has played in a tremendous variety of settings and explored seemingly every avenue, alley, and obscure landscape of both the upright and electric bass. Now with his first solo bass CD, The Bridge, audiences can experience ...

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Pannonia Project: The Bridge

Read "The Bridge" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

Project marks a new direction for bassist Vlada Samardžić in many ways. It is his debut as an author and bandleader, and also marks his parting with the band he was long associated with, The Vasil Hadžimanov Band. This project has been brewing for some time, as Samardžić as a regular member of the highly active ...

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The Bridge: The Bridge

Read "The Bridge" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

They've been creating a positive buzz throughout the mid-Atlantic region of the USA, and should pick up some steam with their inaugural release for this well-known record label. A multitasking unit, The Bridge is a quintet that fuses a wide sampling of styles into its impetus, where rock, funk, roots music and soul/pop bespeak an optimistic ...

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The Laweeyum Quartet: The Bridge

Read "The Bridge" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

"The Gate" opens trumpeter Larry Williams' latest CD, The Bridge, with a Miles Davis-like cry on the mute that drifts into a conversation with Robert Perkins' churning drum set - a sound that would fit right in with the things Miles was offering up in the mid-sixties, in those brief interludes when he was in a ...