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Harmonic Disorder

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2009
Track listing: GNG; There Will Never Be Another You; Harmonic Disorder; Someday My Prince Will Come; Mel Chi 2; Mr. JM; Mel Chi 1; Roe; Orb; Compost; Zo Number 2; Quantum Waves; Light; When the Curtain Falls on the Jazz Theater.

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Matthew Shipp Trio: Harmonic Disorder

Read "Harmonic Disorder" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

It's been ten years since Thirsty Ear tempted Matthew Shipp out of his recording exile, and in that time he has not only made some of his most adventurous recordings for the label but has proven to be a daring A&R man as well. Now, a decade in, he seems to be circling back on his ...

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Matthew Shipp: Harmonic Disorder

Read "Harmonic Disorder" reviewed by John Sharpe

Following up the excellence of Piano Vortex (Thirsty Ear, 2007) was always going to be a challenge for pianist Matthew Shipp. But with the trio's Harmonic Disorder, a slight change of emphasis has avoided the pitfalls of the changing same, while retaining the previous set's rhythmic and melodic accessibility. Whereas Vortex majored on eight pieces, the ...

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Matthew Shipp Trio: Harmonic Disorder

Read "Harmonic Disorder" reviewed by Lyn Horton

The pairing of the words, “harmonic" and “disorder," forms a paradox. For in harmony, there is order; in disorder, there is quite possibly confusion. The question could be asked how these words together can be assigned to music on Matthew Shipp's trio recording, Harmonic Disorder. To hear the whole music picture, both harmony and disturbance need ...

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Matthew Shipp Trio: Harmonic Disorder

Read "Harmonic Disorder" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Like his very good friend and sometimes bassist William Parker, pianist Matthew Shipp is well-versed in the outer reaches of jazz and the inner circle of free improvisation. And like his friend, he has produced a more conventional jazz trio recording, written in his own distinctive handwriting. Beginning with Piano Vortex (Thirsty ...

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Matthew Shipp Trio: Harmonic Disorder

Read "Harmonic Disorder" reviewed by Troy Collins

One of today's most iconic artists, pianist Matthew Shipp has fearlessly ventured into numerous genres in search of new means of expression. From stark chamber-like acoustic settings to electronic collaborations with DJs, programmers, and hip-hop artists, Shipp has defied simple categorization. His previous recording for Thirsty Ear, Piano Vortex (2007) found him returning to the acoustic ...

Harmonic Disorder

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2008
Track listing: GNG; There Will Never Be Another You; Harmonic Disorder; Someday My Prince Will Come; Mel Chi 2; Mr. JM; Mel Chi 1; Roe; Orb; Compost; Zo Number 2; Quantum Waves; Light; When The Curtain Falls On The Jazz Theatre.


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