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Heels Over Head

Label: Amulet
Released: 2013
Track listing: Ghumba Zumba; Theme One; Button to Button; Rendezvous; 99%; Muffaletta; Sugarfoot Stomp; Chaman's Interlude; Canta y No Llores; Mbwemofolo; Noctiluca.

Album

Heels over Head

Label: Amulet
Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Ghumba Zumba (F. London) – 03:26; 2. Theme One (S. Bernstein) – 4:56; 3. Button to Button (J. White, B. Martin) – 4:47;4. Rendevouz (B. Martin) – 2:43; 5. 99% (B. Martin, S. Hirsch) – 3:53; 6. Muffaletta (B. Martin) – 4:49; 7. Sugarfoot Stomp (K. Oliver) – 3:42; 8. Chaman´s Interlude (B. Martin) – 4:35; 9. Canta y no Llores (canto tradizionale) – 6:37; 10. Mbwemofolo (B. Martin) – 2:54; 11. Noctiluca (B. Martin, S. Bernstein. M. Rojas, C. Fowlkes) – 6:23.

Article: Album Review

Billy Martin's Wicked Knee: Heels over Head

Read "Heels over Head" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Fondato dal batterista co-leader dei Medeski, Martin & Wood, Billy Martin, Wicked Knee è un assortito quartetto che ha pubblicato da poco Heels over Head, un album ricco di ritmo, nato - come espressamente dichiarato da Billy Martin - per intrattenere ascoltatori capaci di lasciarsi andare al divertimento. In netta antitesi alla musica cervellotica di alcune ...

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Article: Album Review

Billy Martin's Wicked Knee: Heels Over Head

Read "Heels Over Head" reviewed by Doug Collette


After a long series of way under-the radar solo projects, drummer Billy Martin has chosen a more accessible route in the last couple of years, beginning with his duo collaboration with keyboardist Wil Blades, Shimmy (The Royal Potato Family, 2012).The followup to the eponymous seven-track EP, Heels Over Head is equally easy to digest, ...

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Article: Album Review

Billy Martin's Wicked Knee: Heels Over Head

Read "Heels Over Head" reviewed by Mark Corroto


What if drummer Billy Martin of the late-20th, now 21st-century band Medeski Martin and Wood had been born at the end of the 19th century in New Orleans? What kind of music would he play? Certainly, it would have a brass band setting and be inflected with blues feel. Invite Buddy Bolden over tonight, because we ...


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