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Label: Woetone Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Axis Mundi; Hipshake Tanz; Hope And Despair; I Can See For Miles; Eternal Taverna; Penumbra; Small Town; Morphic Resonance; House Of Earth; Listen Be Perhaps; Strange Gods.

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Gutpuppet: 3

Read "3" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This duo continues its down-home and good timey vibe--all subsidized by monster chops and acute vision. Acoustic slide guitarist Scot Ray and chromatic harmonica player Bill Barrett are recognized for their multifarious modern jazz undertakings on the Southern California scene. (Initially, Ray honed his reputation as a crack trombonist.) This third release by Gutpuppet expands the ...

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Label: Woetone Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Ballad of the Skinbag; Blue Highway $; Circus of Certain Death; Down in Greece; Florida Room; Gleebops; Homecoming; Mountain White Cloud; Petite Noir; Puppetology; Sake Creek; Super Moth; Swami Bob.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gutpuppet: II

Read "II" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

On paper, it would seem rather unlikely that a world-class modern jazz trombonist would double as a badass Dobro slide guitarist. But with this effort, Scot Ray lays down his horn to strum, slide, and pick alongside improvising chromatic harmonica ace Bill Barrett. There's a lot to dig about the duo's second release, as ...


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