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Joe Morris: Age Of Everything

Read "Age Of Everything" reviewed by Julian Derry

Age of Everything is an amazingly hot trio session from unsung guitar hero Joe Morris, whose style could be compared to that of Present Tense's Philip Gibbs or even a laid-back Stefan Dill--a sort of melodious Derek Bailey, really. The fragile sharded melodies are mere invocations dripping across the fettered brow of a bubbling Holland/DeJohnette-like pulse. ...

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Joe Morris: Age of Everything

Read "Age of Everything" reviewed by Clifford Allen

Sometimes an artist comes along that, while making obviously forward-thinking and unique music, nevertheless remains apart from one's expectations that at first it seems unapproachable. Yet revisiting this same artist a few years later, with more listening under one's belt, the value of the work becomes more readily apparent. With this in mind, Joe Morris, before ...

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Joe Morris: Age of Everything

Read "Age of Everything" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Back in the '60s, jazz players made a startling discovery: density can lead to weightlessness. With the onset of energy music came the revelation that emotional intensity, harmonic freedom, and piercing improvisation can yield a spiritual enlightenment unattainable by other means. John Coltrane, an icon from the period, found over time that he was able to ...