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Crowded Solitudes

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Arcane; Bontah; Victoria; QB4R; D.O.C.; Crowded Solitudes (for B.K.); Vertical Hold; Anamnesis - Parts I & II.

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Eric Revis Trio: Crowded Solitudes

Read "Crowded Solitudes" reviewed by John Sharpe

In following his own star, bassist Eric Revis continues to explore terrain further off the charts than erstwhile employers Branford Marsalis, Steve Coleman and Kurt Rosenwinkel. For the sequel to the acclaimed City of Asylum (Clean Feed, 2013), Revis retains Kris Davis on piano but replaces Andrew Cyrille with Gerald Cleaver in the drum chair. Revis ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eric Revis Trio: Crowded Solitudes

Read "Crowded Solitudes" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Listening to a recording, one can assume, as opposed to attending a performance, involves just one of your five senses, hearing. The concert has of course sight, but something about Eric Revis' Crowded Solitudes suggests other senses to consider. This trio recording follows City Of Asylum (Clean Feed, 2013). Revis has retained pianist Kris Davis, but ...


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