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Label: Edition Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Spectra; What's My Name; Seaworthy Native; Wounds Let in the Light; Chapters; Hearts Won't Break; Ombre; The Trip; When It All Comes Down; The Non-Profit Prince of Lexington.

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Kneebody: Chapters

Read "Chapters" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

Chapters--the title of Kneebody's 2019 release--has a certain appropriateness, as it definitely marks several new ones for the band. One being that lyric-oriented songs account for nearly half of the material on the album. Technically, vocals are nothing new to Kneebody. The band included one track with vocals on their 2002 proto-Kneebody album Wendel. Its 2009 ...

Chapters

Label: Kevin Harris Project
Released: 2010

Chapters

Label: F-IRE Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: The Muybridge Line; Nothing Certain; Solar; Alone Together; The Marcellus Shale; Soon; A Chapter Ends; Wire Floor; Locomotive; Lazy Bird; Body And Soul; Someday My Prince Will Come; Cherokee; Augur In The Coal Mine.

Chapters

Label: Kscope Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: CD1: Ricochet; The Great Unknown; From Within; In for a Ride; The War Is Over; Monolith; A Sky About to Rain; Every Step I Take; Groundbound; Gravity; When I Turn. CD2: Sad Rain; Wheel; The Old Man and the Sea; Nucleus (demo); Book of Hours (demo); The Far from the Sky (demo); 30 Pieces (demo); Prince of the Ocean (demo).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Anekdoten: Chapters

Read "Chapters" reviewed by John Kelman

The influence of art rock bands like King Crimson continue to be felt into the new millennium, but when progressive rock began to make a comeback in the early 1990s--first in the underground, then in recent times to an even larger audience--albums that had been overlooked back in the day suddenly became hugely influential. Anekdoten began ...

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Jonathan Bratoeff & Chris Vatalaro: Chapters

Read "Chapters" reviewed by Chris May

Unexpectedly, a trend has been developing among musicians associated with London's F-IRE collective to revisit the standards repertoire. It's not an area this experimentally inclined body of players usually inhabits, but the results so far--all recorded by duos--make it an engaging diversion. Saxophonist Ingrid Laubrock and pianist Liam Noble were first off the block ...


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