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Blow

Label: Motéma Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: What About The Body; Club Kidd; Break The Bond; New Kindness; Exactlyfourminutesofimprovisedmusic; Tiny Kingdom; Great Destroyer; The Opener (Featuring Sun Kil Moon); Beast; Tempest; Eye Of The Beholder.

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Donny McCaslin: Blow

Read "Blow" reviewed by Roger Farbey

At first listen, Blow sounds more like a rock album than a jazz one. The catchy “What About The Body" could arguably be mistaken for one of King Crimson's more vituperative numbers featuring Adrian Belew. Ryan Dahle's emotionally-charged vocals are equally at the forefront of the explosive “Club Kidd." But the selection also includes three instrumental ...

Blow

Label: Amalgam Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Blow; Minor Yours; Lugubrious; I Heard You Singing In A Tree; The Vampire; Naissance; Lecherous Howls; Blow.

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Four Letter Words: Blow

Read "Blow" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Four Letter Words is a trio consisting of tenor saxophonist Jake Wark, pianist Matt Piet and drummer Bill Harris, and Blow is their highly intelligent, extremely intense and deeply rewarding debut recording. As usual, labels are almost useless. Their music manages to sound quite free while simultaneously being organized around motifs, if not full ...

Blow

Label: Amalgam
Released: 2015

Blow

Label: Sony Records
Released: 1992


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