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William Hooker, Thomas Chapin: Crossing Points

Read "Crossing Points" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello


L'aggiornato e appassionato blog Free Jazz dedica a questo disco una recensione di pochissime righe, quasi una lista di tags che forse meglio di ogni ragionamento riesce a dare le coordinate della musica del duo tra il batterista William Hooker e il sassofonista Thomas Chapin. Certo, a elencare qualità [a volte anche apparentemente ...

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Crossing Points

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: The Subway; Addiction to Sound; The Underground Dead.

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Article: Album Review

William Hooker: Crossing Points

Read "Crossing Points" reviewed by John Sharpe


After his well-received Earth's Orbit (No Business Records, 2010), drummer/composer William Hooker raids the archives for Crossing Points, drawn from a 1992 New York City date with saxophonist Thomas Chapin. The drummer has straddled the free jazz and noise camps, but here almost merges the two in a 76-minute program where the energy levels barely move ...

Article: Album Review

William Hooker - Thomas Chapin: Crossing Points

Read "Crossing Points" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


L'aggiornato e appassionato blog Free Jazz dedica a questo disco una recensione di pochissime righe, quasi una lista di tags che forse meglio di ogni ragionamento riesce a dare le coordinate della musica del duo tra il batterista William Hooker e il sassofonista Thomas Chapin. Certo, a elencare qualità [a volte anche apparentemente ossimoriche come lirismo ...


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