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Dancing on Thin Ice

Label: Formed Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: 1. Friday Night at the Top - 06:47; 2. Life of a Cipher - 06:34; 3. Orion Rising - 04:30; 4. Luminata No. 257 - 05:43; 5. One Man's Machine - 05:57; 6. Opium - 05:49; 7. Dancing on Thin Ice - 05:10; 8. Missing Mozambique - 04:12; 9. Jugs March In - 00:58; 10. The Praise Singer - 04:05; 11. Skickin' Away - 02:00. Tutte le composizioni sono di Mark McGrain.


Plunge: Dancing on Thin Ice

Read "Dancing on Thin Ice" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Plunge è costituito da tre jazzisti di New Orleans di età compresa fra i trenta e i quarant'anni. L'aspetto più pregevole di Dancing on Thin Ice, seconda fatica discografica del trio registrata nell'aprile 2009, è la concezione compositiva: tutti i brani, a firma del trombonista, presentano una certa varietà e impronte decise. Il brano d'apertura è ...

Dancing on Thin Ice

Label: Immersion Records & Media
Released: 2009
Track listing: Friday Night at the Top; Life of a Cipher; Orion Rising; Luminata No. 257; One Man's Machine; Opium; Dancing on Thin Ice; Missing Mozambique; Jugs March In; The Praise Singer; Skickin' Away.


Plunge: Dancing on Thin Ice

Read "Dancing on Thin Ice" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

There is a plangorous significance to Dancing on Thin Ice. Built on the symbolic thin ice of New Orleans' ecology, it depicts a city that has bounced back from Katrina but only just. It also tells a broader allegorical tale about the planet's teeter-tottering cultural ecology--hence the cover silhouettes of a mastodon and hammerhead shark, representing ...


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