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Free Association - Vol. 3 with John Murph

Read "Free Association - Vol. 3 with John Murph" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Free Association is a series of collaborative mix-tapes curated by Mondo Jazz in association with musicians and selectors of various origins. Free Association mix-tapes develop as a conversation. The first selector sends a tune cherry-picked to suit, and ideally surprise, the second selector who then, in turn, returns the favor. An hour or ...

Herbert: Scale

Label: Trio
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Something Isn't Right; 02. The Movers And The Shakers; 03. Moving Like A Train; 04. Harmonise; 05. We're In Love; 06. Birds Of A Feather; 07. Those Feelings; 08. Down; 09. Movie Star; 10. Just Once; 11. Wrong

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Herbert: Herbert: Scale

Read "Herbert: Scale" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Herbert Scale Accidental - distr. Audioglobe (2006) Valutazione: 4 stelle Si potrà dire tutto di Matthew Herbert, anche sollevare il sospetto che ci si sia un po' troppo infatuati del suo “tocco", dell'eleganza un po' blasé con cui passa dalle microcellule electro-house agli impasti della sua particolarissima big-band, della semplicità con cui giostra l'infinità di samples ...

Bodily Functions

Label: Studio K7
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. You

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Herbert: Bodily Functions

Read "Bodily Functions" reviewed by David Adler

Matthew Herbert, the London-based music visionary, has recorded under the monikers Wishmountain, Radio Boy, and Doctor Rockit. Here, as “Herbert," he offers the remarkable Bodily Functions, an album that at once exemplifies the new trend called “electro-acoustic" music and yet seems to occupy a genre all its own. Blending piano, woodwinds, strings, house-music beats, musique-concrete samples, ...


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