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Radio Chongching

Label: First World Music
Released: 2000

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Ride

Label: First World Music
Released: 2000

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Jeff Greinke: Ride

Read "Ride" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


With Ride Seattle based keyboardist Jeff Greinke combines ambient electronic dreamscapes with rock rhythms and melodic hooks on pieces such as the title track - “Ride”, “Just Like That” and other originals. And along with super bassist Fred Chalenor and drummer Greg Gilmore, Greinke pursues solid rhythmic frameworks in support of his multifarious approach to loops, ...

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Radio Chongching: Radio Chongching

Read "Radio Chongching" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Lesli Dalaba exhibits her finely honed craft as a trumpeter who resides within the vanguard of today’s - new music - scene, having performed and/or recorded with pianist/composer Wayne Horvitz, guitarist/EFX whiz Elliot Sharp and many others. With Radio Chongching, the trumpeter along with stick performer George Soler and drummer Greg Gilmore present a series of ...

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Rieflin - Fripp - Gunn: The Repercussions Of Angelic Behavior

Read "The Repercussions Of Angelic Behavior" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


This 1999 release precedes the excellent new recording from perennial prog-rockers King Crimson, titled The ConstruKction of Light. Yet with The Repercussions of Angelic Behavior, electric guitarist and Crimson founder Robert Fripp, touch bassist Trey Gunn and hard hitting drummer Bill Rieflin mesh gears for some truly energetic interplay! Spearheaded by Fripp’s signature style attack consisting ...


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