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Jennifer Wharton's Bonegasm: Bonegasm

Read "Bonegasm" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The bass trombone occupies a unique niche, serving as that most powerful of pedal peddlers, the anchor of a big band's brass section, and the ballast stabilizing harmonies. Unfortunately, the instrument also holds status as a seriously pigeonholed force. While you can't argue with the usefulness of its robust, below-the-staff whole notes, this horn is made ...

Foremen

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Simple Man; Folk Song #2, Retro Phlegm, Old Man, Itermized Phone Bill pt. I & II, Son and Dad, Smells Like Teen Spirit, No Train Again, Peretz Syndrome, No Walking, Bacon Wrapped, A theme, Folk Song #1.

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Don Peretz: Foremen

Read "Foremen" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Drummer Don Peretz is onto something here as he pilots this New York City-based quartet through an expansive musical aura where improvisation and compositional structure attain a happy medium. Take for example, Russ Johnson's crybaby-like muted trumpet choruses on “Simple Man, as Perez and bassist Dave Ambrosio lay down a tight groove amid a tunefully, blues-oriented ...


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