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Nuove Musiche

Label: Bucky Ball Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Amarilli mia Bella, Come Away, come Sweet Love, Exulta, Filia Sion, If Mio Cocente Ardore, Dido

Conjunction

Label: Bucky Ball Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Faster Than Light; Metamorphic; East West; Conjunction; Long Shot; Draconian Devonian; Gus; Horta-Culture; Light Step; The Unknown Shuffle.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Clark/Paul Jackson/Marc Wagnon: Conjunction

Read "Conjunction" reviewed by AAJ Staff

As jazz/rock fusions go, Conjunction is something special: it completely refuses to fit into either category. The arrangements are too tight and the improvisation is too sophisticated to label this disc as rock, but the grooves are so backbeat-driven that one could never call it jazz. (Make a special exception for “The Unknown Shuffle," which is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sarah Pillow: Nuove Musiche

Read "Nuove Musiche" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Multitalented vocalist Sarah Pillow veers off the straight and narrow with this immensely absorbing release titled Nuove Musiche, which in Italian, signifies ‘new music’. Here, Ms. Pillow melds Baroque compositions with fusion, progressive rock and blues motifs, all sung in Latin, French, Spanish, English and/or Italian. A striking concept indeed, as the artist aligns her impressive ...

Painted Rock

Label: Bucky Ball Music
Released: 2000

Timeline

Label: Bucky Ball Music
Released: 2000

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brand X: Timeline

Read "Timeline" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Timeline is a 2 disc set featuring live material culled from performances that represent two contrasting eras of a band who have been assaulting the world of fusion and progressive rock for over twenty years. “Brand X” have gone through their share of personnel changes yet guitarist John Goodsall and bassist Percy Jones have remained through ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tunnels: Tunnels with Percy Jones

Read "Tunnels with Percy Jones" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

During the 70’s and early 80’s a new if not flamboyant attitude surfaced towards the role of the electric bass. A true renaissance spirit ensued when future bass gods such as Jaco Pastorius and Stanley Clarke burst upon the flourishing fusion scene as they prominently expanded the role of the electric bass in fusion and to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tunnels: Painted Rock

Read "Painted Rock" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Painted Rock is the latest offering from the powerhouse fusion/jazz/prog band, “Tunnels” featuring midi vibraphonist Marc Wagnon, legendary fretless bass master Percy Jones, multi-talented guitarist Van Manakas and the superhuman-like drummer, Frank Katz. Here, the band serve up as to what may be viewed upon as a logical extension of their powerful freshman and recently reissued ...


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