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Cherry Box

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Cherry Box; Slashing the Bird; Forget It; Barbequed Brahms; One More Thing; Spank.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marco Eneidi/William Parker/Donald Robinson: Cherry Box

Read "Cherry Box" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Listening to the 1998 recording Cherry Box is akin to spending an hour in dedicated meditation. After the intensity of the primary experience fades away, one finds oneself awash in spiritual calm. The trio of Eneidi, Parker, and Robinson use their shared experience to their advantage, ensuring coherence and cohesion. But spirituality is their main stock ...

Cherry Box

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Cherry Box; Slashing the Bird; Forget It; Barbequed Brahms; One more thing; Spank.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marco Eneidi, William Parker, and Donald Robinson: Cherry Box

Read "Cherry Box" reviewed by Micah Holmquist

Marco Eneidi, William Parker, and Donald Robinson recorded Cherry Box live in concert on September 20, 1998 at the Mills College Concert Hall in Oakland, California. Parker is the best known of the three musicians and most readers of this review probably don't need an introduction to the bassist's considerable work both as a leader and ...

Cherry Box

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 1999


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