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Dying Will Be Easy

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: 01. Dying Will Be Easy; 02. November 25th; 03. Grizzly Bear; 04. In Jarama Valley. Composizioni e arrangiamenti ad opera di Matt White.

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Fight the Big Bull: Dying Will Be Easy

Read "Dying Will Be Easy" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Nelle interessanti note di copertina, Steve Bernstein, leader dei Sex Mob, associa ciascuno dei quattro brani di Dying Will Be Easy ad altrettanti capolavori della musica orchestrale, citando Black Saint and the Sinner Lady di Mingus, New Orleans Suite di Ellington, Communications ed Escalator Over the Hill di Mike Mantler oltre che Art Ensemble of Chicago, ...

Dying Will Be Easy

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Dying Will Be Easy; November 25th; Grizzly Bear; In Jarama Valley.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Fight the Big Bull: Dying Will Be Easy

Read "Dying Will Be Easy" reviewed by Troy Collins

Based in Richmond, Virginia, guitarist Matt White's Fight the Big Bull is a prime example of how the information age has leveled the playing field for artists outside major metropolitan areas. Originally a self-released demo, Dying Will Be Easy is now available from the illustrious Portuguese label Clean Feed. One listen to the ensemble's debut and ...

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Fight the Big Bull: Dying Will Be Easy

Read "Dying Will Be Easy" reviewed by Dean Christesen

Fight the Big Bull's debut record begins darkly, with a fear brooding in the growl of a distorted trombone, unsettling bass and haunting shakers. It ends in a similar, yet tweaked tone, with an epic chorus making way for one last statement of defeat (or is it victory?). Amidst the rest of the work emerges a ...

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Fight The Big Bull: Dying Will Be Easy

Read "Dying Will Be Easy" reviewed by Karla Cornejo Villavicencio

Fight the Big Bull describes itself on MySpace as “champions of curiosity." This candid qualifier is doubly introspective because it denotes both the whimsy and the intellectual maturity of Dying Will Be Easy. The Richmond-based nonet, who played at New York City's Issue Project Room Aug. 6, 2008, is led by guitarist Matt White, who also ...


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