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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Jaimie Branch, David Chevalier & Rolf Kühn

Read "Jaimie Branch, David Chevalier & Rolf Kühn" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This week's show has a pair of tributes to recently passed important musicians whose influence was immense—trumpeter Jaimie Branch whose brash approach to her art was loved by so many, and longtime clarinetist Rolf Kühn whose playing spanned the genres. Debuting are recordings by French guitarist David Chevalier, Australia's Earshift Orchestra, Free Form Funky Freqs, the ...

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Urban Mythology: Volume One

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2008
Track listing: A Tale Of Two Bridges; Don Cheadle; Ghost Sign Crossroad; Over And Under; A Lost Way Found; Nappy Hour; Chump Champ Chunk; Get Your Legs On; Doing Within; Street Corner Prophecy.

Album

Urban Mythology Volume One

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2008
Track listing: A Tale Of Two Bridges; Don Cheadle; Ghost Sign Crossroad; Over And Under; A Lost Way Found; Nappy Hour; Chump Champ Chunk; Get Your Legs On; Doing Within; Street Corner Prophecy.

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Article: Album Review

Free Form Funk Freqs: Urban Mythology Volume One

Read "Urban Mythology Volume One" reviewed by James Taylor


Guitarist Vernon Reid, bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma and drummer G. Calvin Weston give the power trio new meaning with Urban Mythology Volume One. Released under the moniker the Free Form Funk Freqs, the album is less jazz and more improvisational rock, powered by Weston's double bass drum and heavy crash, hard rock approach and Reid's space-bending, delay-loving ...

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Article: Album Review

Free Form Funky Freqs: Urban Mythology: Volume One

Read "Urban Mythology: Volume One" reviewed by Troy Collins


Guitarist Vernon Reid, bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma and drummer G. Calvin Weston are Free Form Funky Freqs. Their debut, Urban Mythology: Volume One, is an impromptu session unveiling new possibilities in the no-mans-land between improvisation and popular music. With diverse jazz and rock backgrounds, the trio uses their collective experience to add their own spin to the ...

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Article: Album Review

Free Form Funky Freqs: Urban Mythology: Volume One

Read "Urban Mythology: Volume One" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Your patience will be tested. You heard me: the ability to sit through the entire 58 minutes of Urban Mythology: Volume One at high volume is an act of perseverance. The power trio known as Free Form Funky Freqs brings on the noise with such intensity that it is best served in small bites (but at ...


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