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John Butcher / Gerry Hemingway: Buffalo Pearl

Read "Buffalo Pearl" reviewed by John Eyles

John Butcher's Resonant Spaces (Confront, 2008) featured the saxophonist's use of controlled feedback and recordings in large resonant spaces, trends in his recent work that emphasize the exploratory side of his playing.



This was exemplified on albums such as Cavern With Nightlife (Weight of Wax, 2004), and Geometry of Sentiment (Emanem, 2007). ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

John Butcher / Gerry Hemingway: Buffalo Pearl

Read "Buffalo Pearl" reviewed by Mark Corroto

There are some combinations in jazz that are simply magic, including the duos of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli; Stan Getz and Kenny Barron; and Peter Brotzmann and Han Bennink. Add to that list the teaming of John Butcher and Gerry Hemingway. Though not a new pairing--the saxophonist and drummer became acquainted in 1993 and released ...