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Forget The Pixel

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Fossils And Flows; Three Sepals; And We Steal From The Silkworm; Forget The Pixel; Licensed Unoperators; Herdiphany; Utopian Tense Of Green.

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Michael Dessen Trio: Forget the Pixel

Read "Forget the Pixel" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


I brani sono sette ma l'ora di musica contenuta in Forget the Pixel (bel titolo preso dalla prima riga del poema di Phillis Levin “Open Field") può essere vista come un'unica suite, concepita già all'origine per una esibizione senza interruzioni del trio. Il trio, per l'appunto, ma dovremmo parlare di quartetto perché l'elettronica utilizzata dal leader, ...

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Michael Dessen Trio: Forget The Pixel

Read "Forget The Pixel" reviewed by Robert Bush


Trombonist Michael Dessen once studied with George Lewis, hung with Ray Anderson, and has ascended to their level on the creative improvising scene. Dessen has his own distinct style, one that values nuanced gestures as highly as it does exuberance; therefore his music creates a micro world of detail and organically developed themes. ...

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Michael Dessen Trio: Forget The Pixel

Read "Forget The Pixel" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


This jazz trio, manned by Southern California-based slide trombonist Michael Dessen, sports a full-sized sound and abides by a rather springy group-centric mode of attack. Dessen's solo work, co-leader outings, and stints with major progressive-jazz artists complement his educational duties at the University of California, Irvine. The trombonist parlays a worldly and comprehensive stance ...


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