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Nothing Stays The Same

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Hello (Intro) 2. A Day in the Life 3. Nothing Stays The Same 4. Thirsty Thrills 5. Lessons Learned 6. A Night In Savannah 7. Out Of The Blue 8. Shipp Solo (Interlude) 9. Paint by Number 10. Shaken 11. I Spy 12. Maybe Just One (Interlude) 13. A-Plus 14. Medley

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DJ Wally: Nothing Stays The Same

Read "Nothing Stays The Same" reviewed by Nic Jones

Here's a thing. In gathering together a group of players who prefer to look forwards, DJ Wally has gone and made a record that actually sounds like it was made in the present day, rather than any time in the last forty odd years, and whilst there's no seismic shift of the magnitude that bebop was, ...

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DJ Wally: Nothing Stays the Same

Read "Nothing Stays the Same" reviewed by Rex  Butters

Keef Destefano began spinning records at the age of 13. Now, as DJ Wally, his sounds saturate the New York dance underground. His first headlining session, Nothing Stays the Same, becomes the latest Matthew Shipp/Thirsty Ear All-Star collaboration to gracefully wed jazz, hip hop and techno. As his nom de spin implies, DJ Wally comes fully ...

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DJ Wally: Nothing Stays The Same

Read "Nothing Stays The Same" reviewed by Colin Buttimer

Thirsty Ear has consciously positioned itself at a median point between popular groove-based musics and exploratory jazz. On this release DJ Wally has at his disposal music played by some of the cream of free jazz players, including Matthew Shipp, David S. Ware and William Parker. Nothing Stays The Same is composed of a number of ...


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