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Good Vibrations/No Expectations

Label: Evolving Ear
Released: 2001
Track listing: tracks 1-8

The Theory of Reversed Effort

Label: Evolving Ear
Released: 2001
Track listing: Complex Organism, The Universe Force, More One Way Than The Other, Windmills In Space, Global Communicator

Wires and Wooden Boxes

Label: Evolving Ear
Released: 2001
Track listing: NYC Journal Excerpt (2000) piano/guitar; Metallic Strands "acoustic/electric #14"; Sound Is Good All the Time; Straight to It; Pulled Wires "acoustic/electric #13"; Passing One Another "acoustic/electric #17"; Knock On Wood "acoustic/electric #11"; Cut and Dried "acoustic/electric #2"; To Place In "acoustic/electric #12"; Trace Out Motion.

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Ernesto Diaz-Infante & Chris Forsyth: Wires and Wooden Boxes

Read "Wires and Wooden Boxes" reviewed by AAJ Staff

For pure sonic experimentation, string instruments offer some very attractive options. They bear complex higher-level overtones, which can be crafted and manipulated using various percussive and abrasive approaches. They're amenable to amplification, which can introduce another whole bag of tricks. And they're generally attached to resonant pieces of wood, which often work quite well as percussion ...

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W.O.O Revelator: The Theory of Reversed Effort

Read "The Theory of Reversed Effort" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

” W.O.O Revelator” is a band accustomed to authenticating that – very special – groove on live concert recordings, and with their 4th release, the trio proliferates their very distinct blend of semi-controlled sonic mayhem from within the confines of the studio. The Theory of Reversed Effort is a feast for the adventure seeker’s psyche, featuring ...

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All Time Present: Good Vibrations/No Expectations

Read "Good Vibrations/No Expectations" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The New York City-based “Evolving Ear” record label gets out of the gate in a flurry with this ambitious new release by the three guitar, two drummer/percussionist aggregation known as “All Time Present”. On, Good Vibrations/No Expectations the quintet performs within an unclassifiable climate, teeming with abstracts, surreal dialogue, happenstance and curiously interesting interplay amid untitled ...


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