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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Solo B1; Solo M1; Solo B2; Solo M2; Solo M3; Solo B3.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Barre Phillips/Mike Bullock: At Home

Read "At Home" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

With End To End (ECM Records, 2018), Barre Phillips made his final major statement in the solo double bass format he created. In 2019 fellow American bassist Mike Bullock visited him at his secluded mountainside home in France, a 17th century stone house attached to an 11th century stone church. The pair spent a couple of ...

At Home

Label: Aphrodite Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Antivirus; Mister Brown; Big Will; Super 404; Buddy Boy Blues; Soul Jazz; La belle; Grand boulevard; Double Scotch.

At Home

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Listen Here; Afro Blake; Harvest; Rockin' In Rhythm; Dry Socket; Make Out Machine; The Saturday Option.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

William Chabbey: At Home

Read "At Home" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

On At Home, guitarist William Chabbey and his group turn in a performance with all the buoyant self-assurance of an early-'60s Blue Note date. Of course, what distinguished the Blue Note records of that period from those of other labels was that the company paid for a day of rehearsal in addition to the recording date: ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Slow Poke: At Home

Read "At Home" reviewed by Donald Elfman

Formed at the home of bassist Tony Scherr, Slow Poke--David Tronzo, Michael Blake, Scherr and Kenny Wollesen--play everything slower and funkier. It's an extraordinary idea for a jam band--bring the groove way down and somehow the vibe and energy go way up thanks to the new focus. It certainly helps that all of these guys are ...

At Home

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Listen Hear; Afro Blake; Harvest; Rockin' In Rhythm; Dry Socket; Make Out Machine; The Saturday Option.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Slow Poke: At Home

Read "At Home" reviewed by Ralph A. Miriello

This re-mastered recording of Tony Scherr's 1998 basement record, Slow Poke At Home , is a joy for those who can appreciate the slow cooked, steamy sound of master musicians plying their trade in a gutsy, simmering, sweetly rhythmic stew of sounds. The label, Palmetto Records, should be applauded for taking a now defunct band and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Slow Poke: At Home

Read "At Home" reviewed by Troy Collins

Slow Poke was a unique band, even among the fertile late nineties Downtown (New York) scene. Gradually warming to neo-classical formalism, various Downtown line-ups began incorporating traditional elements into their compositions, progressively moving beyond their No Wave roots by embracing a more traditional aesthetic. Blending accessible tunefulness with adventurous improvisation, ensembles like Ballin' The Jack, The ...

At Home

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2006
Track listing: I Only Have Eyes for You; The Girls of Summer; Never Never Land / Pure Imagination; Moonglow; I Can


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