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Trichotomy: Known-Unknown

Read "Known-Unknown" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

It's been a while, four years to be precise, but Australian piano trio Trichotomy is back. Known-Unknown appears after a break during which the band's members have been busy with numerous other projects and sees the first appearance of a new bassist, but it takes just a few bars of “Five" to reassure fans that this ...

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Topology And Trichotomy: Healthy

Read "Healthy" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Collaboration is a jazz staple, just one of the many ways musicians seek to breathe a freshness into their performance or composition. Mostly, such collaborations take place between individuals. Healthy takes collaboration one stage further, joining together two Australian outfits--jazz piano trio Trichotomy and contemporary classical quintet Topology--on a collection of original compositions plus a take ...

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Trichotomy: Fact Finding Mission

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So what is a “Fact Finding Mission"? It might be a pretty dull trip to gather data; it may be a euphemism for something a little more sordid. If it's being undertaken by Australian piano trio Trichotomy, then it's a whole heap of musical fun, for this particular Fact Finding Mission is the band's fifth album: ...

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Trichotomy: The Gentle War

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The Gentle War, Trichotomy's fourth album, further establishes the Australian three-piece at the forefront of the newer generation of intelligent, thoughtful and inventive piano trios. The band brought in Brent Sigmeth--an engineer who has worked with jazzers like The Bad Plus, as well as folkies such as Ramblin' Jack Elliott--to mix the album, and the result ...