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Free Range Rat


Nut Club

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Nut Club; Non-Believer suite - Part 1, Part 2; Below Canal; Extension; Horn Trio #2; Hipp-Hopp; So Much Trouble in the World; The Satellites Are Spinning; Bottom Feeders.


Article: Album Review

Free Range Rat: Nut Club

Read "Nut Club" reviewed by Florence Wetzel

Nut Club is chock-full of interesting songs, demonstrating the originality of the group known as Free Range Rat, as well as its intelligence and warmth. The band is composed of uniformly strong players: John Carlson (trumpet and flugelhorn), Eric Hipp (tenor sax), Shawn McGloin (bass), and George Schuller (drums and percussion), here with special guest Douglas ...


Article: Album Review

Free Range Rat: Nut Club

Read "Nut Club" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

C'è un po' di tutto in questo album sinceramente free. James Blood Ulmer, Bob Marley, composizioni originali e soprattutto Sun Ra. Non a caso, il gruppo ama definire la propria musica “Cosmosonic Jazz”, in omaggio alla Intergalactic Arkestra del visionario Herman Poole Blount (il vero nome di Sun Ra, appunto). All'ascolto dell'album, tuttavia, ci sembrano più ...


Article: Album Review

Free Range Rat: Nut Club

Read "Nut Club" reviewed by Troy Collins

Initially formed to explore the tone science of visionary bandleader Sun Ra, this collective ensemble orbits Herman “Sonny" Blount's world without falling into its gravitational pull. Journeying to other territories, the members of Free Range Rat explore a plethora of improvisational gambits that are ripe with energy, delivering them with aplomb. Taking their name ...


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