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Hell-Bent In The Pacific

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Meteorites; Inessential melancholies; Everything imaginable can be dreamed; Deformities and discords; Pendulum; Fumbling fulminations; Prisoner of a gaudy and unlivable present; Lop-sided heels and frayed shoes; Catholic comstocking smut-hound.

Hell-Bent in the Pacific

Label: GR2 Classics
Released: 2012
Track listing: 01. Meteorites - 9:20; 02. Inessential melancholies - 2:55; 03. Everything imaginable can be dreamed 7:56; 04. Deformities and discords 1:43; 05. Pendulum 4:32; 06. Fumbling fulminations 2:35; 07. Prisoner of a Gaudy and Unlivable Present - 7:38; 08. Lop-sided heels and frayed shoes 6:59; 09. Catholic comstocking smut-hound 13:17.


Lisa Mezzacappa - Marco Eneidi - Vinny Golia - Vijay Anderson: Hell-Bent in the Pacific

Read "Hell-Bent in the Pacific" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Nella fertile e vivace scena musicale della Bay Area sono attivi una serie di musicisti che hanno ravvivato il free made in USA, costituendo un punto di riferimento alternativo rispetto a Chicago e New York. Tra questi si distinguono da tempo Vinny Golia, Liza Mezzacappa e Vijay Anderson. Marco Eneidi invece vive da alcuni anni a ...


Vinny Golia / Marco Eneidi / Lisa Mezzacappa / Vijay Anderson: Hell-Bent In The Pacific

Read "Hell-Bent In The Pacific" reviewed by John Sharpe

Ever since moving to Austria in 2004, Bay Area alto saxophonist Marco Eneidi has flown beneath the radar, particularly in terms of recorded output. His discography boasts some heavy duty entries, including late trumpeter Bill Dixon's Thoughts (Soul Note, 1986) and bass maestro William Parker's Sunrise In The Tone World (Aum Fidelity, 1996), in addition to ...


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