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Adam Lane 3: Music degree zero

Read "Music degree zero" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Un lungo intro di batteria tutto giocato a colpi di cassa e rullante, dal suono aspro e secco. Su una base così scheletrica Adam Lane fornisce bordoni fatti di note appena variate, mentre Vinny Golia presta i suoi sassofoni dal timbro ruvido e scultoreo. I suoni si aggrovigliano sempre di più, poi d’improvviso un concitato crescendo ...

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Zero Degree Music

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: To Avenue X; Spin with the EARth; In Our Time; Intonations for Being; Clouds; The Genius of El Segundo (for Lynn Johnston); Dance; Relaxing with Vinny.

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Adam Lane 3: Zero Degree Music

Read "Zero Degree Music" reviewed by Clifford Allen


Reedman-composer Vinny Golia has found a home in playing scenarios of all stripes (orchestra, solo, and duets with collaborators from seemingly all walks of the improvisational spectrum), but the small-group format of the power trio is a favorite. Apparently the first in a two-volume set, Zero Degree Music, under the leadership of bassist-composer Adam Lane (who ...

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Adam Lane 3: Zero Degree Music

Read "Zero Degree Music" reviewed by Rex  Butters


Zero Degree Music documents Adam Lane's trio in what hopefully will be the first of many collaborations to come. Basing its kinetic explorations on Lane's original compositions, the trio rolls the structure around until every facet has been exposed and polished, discovering new jewels along the way. Lane snakes lyrical time-bound bass through the tumult, while ...

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Adam Lane 3: Zero Degree Music

Read "Zero Degree Music" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Jazz fans often lament the irretrievability of the past. Many are the numbers who bellyache about the present absence giants on par with Mingus, Coltrane, and Miles. To those with their ears nostalgically fixated on the past masters, I heartily recommend auditioning some Adam Lane. Calling Lane the next Mingus, or the next William Parker for ...


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