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Wayne Horvitz & Sweeter Than the Day: A Walk in the Dark

Read "A Walk in the Dark" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

A Walk in the Dark è il quarto disco del gruppo Sweeter Than the Day e viene pubblicato a pochi mesi dal decimo compleanno di questo quartetto, ideato nel 1999 da Wayne Horvitz. Il CD è stato registrato nel dicembre del 2007, due giorni prima di One Dance Alone (Songlines) secondo disco del Gravitas Quartet, altra ...

A Walk In The Dark

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008
Track listing: A Walk In The Dark; A Moment For Andrew; We Never Met; A Walk In The Rain; Undecided; Between The Floors; Waltz From Woman of Tokyo; The 29th Day of May; Inference; Good Shepherd; To a Toaster.


Wayne Horvitz & Sweeter Than The Day: A Walk In The Dark

Read "A Walk In The Dark" reviewed by Martin Longley

This cumbersomely-named combo have been together for nearly a decade, just one of keyboardist Wayne Horvitz's many band projects. The concept appears to revolve around a desire to embrace an almost-acoustic modern traditionalism, while retaining a slightly skewed stance that recalls some of Horvitz's earlier forays into electro-groove. Lately, he appears to have forsaken ...


Wayne Horvitz Sweeter Than The Day: A Walk In The Dark

Read "A Walk In The Dark" reviewed by Troy Collins

New York-born, Seattle-based keyboardist/composer Wayne Horvitz leads an eclectic variety of projects, including his chamber-esque Gravitas Quartet, which recently released a second recording, One Dance Alone (Songlines, 2008). His sublime semi-acoustic ensemble, Sweeter Than The Day, arose in 1999 from the ashes of his heavily electrified, Meters-inspired quartet, Zony Mash. Sweeter Than ...


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