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Forward In All Directions

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Hopscotch; Photographs; In the Mirror, Darkly; Search Party; Katharsis; Nice to Meet You; The Trust; How and When Versus What; Fourteen Fingers; Headache in Residence.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Andy Milne & Dapp Theory: Forward In All Directions

Read "Forward In All Directions" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Can music be both sprawling and focused in nature? The aptly-titled Forward In All Directions says it can, and it says so in convincing fashion. Andy Milne, a distinguished M-Base alumnus who's worked with everybody from saxophonist Ravi Coltrane to harmonica heavy Gregoire Maret to singer-songwriter Bruce Cockburn, doesn't draw borders in his ...

Forward in All Directions

Label: Contrology Records/Whirlwind Recordings
Released: 2014

Forward In All Directions

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: Hopscotch; Photographs; In the Mirror, Darkly; Search Party; Katharsis; Nice to Meet You; The Trust; How and When Versus What; Fourteen Fingers; Headache in Residence.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Andy Milne & Dapp Theory: Forward In All Directions

Read "Forward In All Directions" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

On Forward in All Directions, pianist and bandleader Andy Milne brings various musical elements to play, including electronics and spoken word alongside some masterful playing and chemistry from his bandmates. The album kicks off with “Hopscotch," an up-tempo number centered on Aaron Kruziki's saxophone with a smart backbeat from the rhythm section. “Photograph" introduces electronics in ...


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