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Parker Plays X

Label: BYNK Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Style V Substance; Countertransference; Bus 61; Semi Vintage; Barbaric Yawp; Joy Comes with the Morning; No Cigarettes No Coffee No Weed No Sleep; Two Years Later; Belly First; Night Hawk; Everyman Parker; Sagebrush

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Matt Parker


Richard X Bennett and Matt Parker's latest album, "Parker Plays X" is set to release on May 5th by BYNK Records. The two showcase their all-encompassing musical visions by co-leading a session for the first time, exploring a dozen compositions that range from straight-ahead bebop to avant-garde freakouts to classic jump blues. Bennett is inclined toward music with a groove while Parker prefers free jazz's boundless experimentation, making their merger a unique experience where they assimilate each other's sensibilities.


Present Time

Label: BYNK Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Noah's Arc; New Horizons; Winter's Gone; One For Duke; I'm Confessin' (That I Love You); Song To Keki; Present Time; The Gong.


Avid Admirer

Label: BYNK Records
Released: 2016


Article: Album Review

Matt Parker Trio: Present Time

Read "Present Time" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Following the well-deserved critical praise for his sextet debut, Worlds Put Together (BYNK Records, 2013), saxophonist/composer Matt Parker returns with a core trio and guests on Present Time. Former classmates from NYC's New School, bassist Alan Hampton and drummer Reggie Quinerly, join Parker on seven original compositions. One standard dating back to 1930 (and Louis Armstrong's ...


Worlds Put Together

Label: BYNK Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Eye Of Rico; I Can't Help It; Lists; WPT; New Bossa; Up And Down; Alien Baby; Darn That Dream; Full Sun; Zeynep's Piano; New Bossa (Reprise).


Article: Album Review

Matt Parker: Worlds Put Together

Read "Worlds Put Together" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Genre bending saxophonist Matt Parker's debut album, Worlds Put Together, is a collection of mostly short pieces that crackle with originality and are imbued with an urgent and imaginative spontaneity. These are not mere sketches for expanded and more developed future compositions. They are conceptually crystalized, complete yet free-flowing and raw works that pack a visceral ...


Article: Album Review

Matt Parker: Worlds Put Together

Read "Worlds Put Together" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Saxophonist Matt Parker is an old soul. You can hear that in his music. On his debut release Worlds Put Together, he channels Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins, and Dexter Gordon. It's just that this jazz geezer happens to be 33 years old.Like Lester Young, he creates music without typecasting it as “jazz." It's just ...


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