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Steve Tibbetts: A Man About A Horse

Read "A Man About A Horse" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz


Quick and to the Point: Soothes and suits both emotion and reason'The oddly metered musical strands hailing from Central Asia, India and its adjoining regions are vital for jazz's lore and lure. Conjoined with music from the West, their enchanting, enthralling, and percussively melodic possibilities unwrap exotic gifts of expression and improvisation. Upon listening ...

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A Man About A Horse

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Lupra (4:47) Red Temple (6:39) Black Temple (10:06) Burning Temple (3:59) Glass Everywhere (3:58) Lochana (3:40) Chandoha (5:58) Koshala (5:54)

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Steve Tibbetts: A Man About a Horse

Read "A Man About a Horse" reviewed by Geoff Barber


Steve Tibbets has taken an approach on A Man About a Horse that brings his open-minded view of improvised music together with an urgency of personal expression. I found Tibbets' mix of world music and jazz very exciting and interesting. A Man About A Horse gradually unfolded from my speakers and entranced me. On first listen, ...

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Steve Tibbetts: A Man About A Horse

Read "A Man About A Horse" reviewed by Paul West


The work of guitarist and percussionist Steve Tibbetts breaks free from most forms of jazz tradition out there; the music is out there, too, with little that's traditional - or even jazzy - about it. But it offers hypnotic pleasures wherein instruments are totally in sync and create rhythm in favor of melody. His latest, A ...


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