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Secret Rhythms 4

Label: Nonplace
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. 204-07; 02. 128-05; 03. 182-11; 04. 131-07; 05. 120-11; 06. 120-05.


Friedman & Liebezeit: Secret Rhythms 4

Read "Secret Rhythms 4" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Nuovo capitolo della collaborazione tra Burnt Friedman e il batterista storico dei Can, Jaki Liebezeit: la formula instaurata ormai da un decennio [non a caso questo è il volume numero 4 della serie Secret Rhythms] regge e si rivela anche particolarmente flessibile, pur mantenendo caratteristiche di base ben identificabili. L'incontro infatti tra un drumming così colorato ...

Can't Cool

Label: Nonplace
Released: 2003
Track listing: Fuck Back; Fly Your Kite; Pater Nosser; Dublab Alert; Life Is Worth Dying For; Get Things Strait; Real Abstraction; Someday My Blues Will Cover the Earth; Designer Groove; Get Things Strait Dub; Five Star Group Travel; Consider a Bigger Wallet


Burnt Friedman & The NuDub Players: Can't Cool

Read "Can't Cool" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Composer, arranger, producer, and performer (on drums, marimbas, vibes, synthesizer, piano, and other keyboards) Burnt Friedman normally blasts progressive rock and jazz apart, but when working with his NuDub Players ensemble he takes aim at de/constructing avant-garde reggae and dub. Whether inspired lunacy or just plain craziness, this third NuDub release, featuring trombonist Ian Perry, saxophonist ...


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