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Emily Hay / Brad Dutz / Wayne Peet

Label: pfMentum
Released: 2007
Track listing: Bean Dip; Filthy Washer; It Can Be Thick; Coming!; Hot Japanese Water; Amnesia Dealer; A Lotta T's; Possum.

Emily Hay, Brad Dutz, Wayne Peet

Label: pfMentum
Released: 2007
Track listing: Bean Dip; Filthy Washer; It Can Be Thick; Metamorphafasize; Coming!; Hot Japanese Water; Amnesia Dealer; A Lotta T

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Emily Hay / Brad Dutz / Wayne Peet: Emily Hay / Brad Dutz / Wayne Peet

Read "Emily Hay / Brad Dutz / Wayne Peet" reviewed by Troy Collins

A summit meeting of West Coast talent, this self-titled release features flutist Emily Hay, keyboardist Wayne Peet and percussionist Brad Dutz blending styles and genres into an unclassifiable mix. With a truly empathic sensibility, these three interact with subtle restraint on a remarkably cohesive selection of improvised pieces. Despite the lack of prewritten material, the predominance ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Emily Hay / Brad Dutz / Wayne Peet: Emily Hay, Brad Dutz, Wayne Peet

Read "Emily Hay, Brad Dutz, Wayne Peet" reviewed by Jim Santella

These three creative musicians from Southern California's avant-garde jazz scene play a large role in keeping the torch lit. Each has recorded free jazz time and again, and their local concert performances continue to provide the sparks that unite generations of music lovers. On this unique session, Emily Hay vocalizes through her flute and ...


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