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Ritual

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Ritual Parts 1; 2; 3; 4.

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Herb Robertson & Phil Haynes: Ritual

Read "Ritual" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Trumpeter Herb Robertson has demonstrated his facility in (albeit unconventional) melodic settings. But he also has great potential for the “other" kind of improvised music. Ritual, a striking example of the latter, was performed on Leap Day, 2000. Recorded live to two-track in a darkened room lit only by candles (spooky!), he offers a tour of ...

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Herb Robertson & Phil Haynes: Ritual

Read "Ritual" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Extended length duo recordings aren’t exactly a scarcity in modern improvised music, but this set effectively raises a high bar nonetheless, both in terms of difficulty and nonidiomatic artistry. Recorded hours after the quartet session that yielded Brooklyn-Berlin (CIMP 221) the disc divides the earlier group down to the creative core of Robertson and Haynes. The ...

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Herb Robertson & Phil Haynes: Ritual

Read "Ritual" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Trumpeter Herb Robertson has demonstrated his facility in (albeit unconventional) melodic settings. But he also has great potential for the “other" kind of improvised music. Ritual, a striking example of the latter, was performed on Leap Day, 2000. Recorded live to two-track in a darkened room lit only by candles (spooky!), he offers a tour of ...


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