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Maneri/Maneri/Phillips: Angles of Repose

Read "Angles of Repose" reviewed by Ty Cumbie

Angles of Repose is the brand new release of a 2-year-old recording made at Chapelle Sainte Philomène, an old chapel in the south of France. Mat and dad Joe Maneri brought the veteran bassist Barre Phillips into the fold for these very personal music-making sessions, and ECM saw fit to share the results with us. The ...

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Joe Maneri/Barre Phillips/Mat Maneri: Angles Of Repose

Read "Angles Of Repose" reviewed by AAJ Staff

For decades, the Boston-based musician Joe Maneri has pursued his singular vision of a freely improvised music based on extensive use of microtones. He often includes his son Mat in his projects. On Angles Of Repose , the Maneris are joined by the prodigiously gifted bassist Barre Phillips in a program of ten free improvisations.

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Joe Maneri/Barre Phillips/Mat Maneri: Angles of Repose

Read "Angles of Repose" reviewed by John Kelman

Even the most organic music, in the hands of certain players, can take on a completely other-worldly tinge, somehow managing to feel both rooted in reality yet evocative of alien vistas. Reedman Joe Maneri has been exercising that neck of the woods over a fifty-year career that has seen him emerge as one of the progenitors ...