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Dan Pincus



Cerebral Flow

Label: Fresh Sound New Talent
Released: 2007
Track listing: Turning Maze; Cerebral Flow; Urban Folk Song; Animated Concept of Being; Pacing Idiosyncrasies; Like Water; Release; Our Life Together; Free the Blues; In the Wall.


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Logan Richardson: Cerebral Flow

Read "Cerebral Flow" reviewed by Ian Patterson

There is enough stated in the opening minute of unaccompanied sax which kicks off Cerebral Flow to suggest that Logan Richardson is going to make a name for himself. The track in question, “Turning Maze, may have provided a better title for Richardson's debut as leader, as his alto sax lines twist sharply, turn blind corners, ...


Article: Album Review

Logan Richardson: Cerebral Flow

Read "Cerebral Flow" reviewed by Laurel Gross

The label Fresh Sound New Talent is aptly named in regard to the young alto saxophonist it introduces on this recording. Logan Richardson has a fresh sound, accommodating enough to please the adventurous but not so out it canâ????t be enjoyed by general jazz listeners who want to explore new territory. Despite its brainy title, Cerebral ...


Article: Album Review

Logan Richardson: Cerebral Flow

Read "Cerebral Flow" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Gran debutto quello del giovane sassofonista Logan Richardson. Per la qualità della musica contenuta in Cerebral Flow, per l’originale alchimia della strumentazione, per le idee messe sul piatto, per la personalità e il piglio autorevole esibite nelle dieci tracce del disco. Ed il flusso cerebrale del titolo, non inganni, non è sinonimo di cervellotico o intellettualistico ...


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