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Slight Freedom

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Slight Freedom; Super Rich Kids; Mainz; Lush Life.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jeff Parker: Slight Freedom

Read "Slight Freedom" reviewed by Dave Wayne

One is tempted to think of Jeff Parker as the first guitar anti-hero. He's a subtle player, first and foremost, not given to showy pyrotechnics and rapid-fire flights of plectral fancy. His chameleonic, almost self-effacing, presence on recordings by Tortoise, Joey DeFrancesco, Isotope 217, Fred Anderson, the Brian Blade Fellowship, Peter Erskine, Nicole Mitchell, Yo La ...

Grammar

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2013

Big Chief

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2008

Drumdance to the Motherland

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Cosmic Echoes; Drum Dance; Inner Peace; Breath of Life.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Khan Jamal - Human Arts Ensemble: Drumdance to the Motherland

Read "Drumdance to the Motherland" reviewed by Francis Lo Kee

This is a re-release of a record that came out on the independent Philadelphia-based record label, Dogtown (slang for the Germantown section of Philadelphia where many of the city's musicians lived). It is a unique a view into an under-recognized musician and an important period in creative music. Besides being a composer and ...

Astrogeny

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Simultanium; Astrogeny; Encomia; Dieci; Astrogeny Reprise.


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