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Eric Revis: Eric Revis: In Memory Of Things Yet Seen

Read "Eric Revis: In Memory Of Things Yet Seen" reviewed by John Sharpe

Although the title to bassist Eric Revis' quartet offering appears to pay homage to some of the early AACM documents (think pianist Muhal Richard Abrams' unaccompanied manifesto Things To Come From Those Now Gone (Delmark, 1975)), the actuality is a different animal entirely. Having rung the changes since the acclaimed City of Asylum, Revis' outfit acts ...

Eric Revis: In Memory Of Things Yet Seen

Read "Eric Revis: In Memory Of Things Yet Seen" reviewed by Henning Bolte

Bassist Eric Revis is a heavyweight in more than one respect. He is doing the improbable in a remarkable way, thereby ignoring collectively imposed and maintained demarcations at work. Armed with his physically very present, raw and vibrant bass sound he beats his track into the realms of freely improvised music. He made his debut as ...