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Billy Stein Trio: Hybrids

Read "Hybrids" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il chitarrista Billy Stein è abbastanza conosciuto negli ambienti dell'avanguardia e finalmente arriva a presentare un lavoro su disco grazie alla Barking Hoop, la casa discografica del percussionista Kevin Norton, incontrato di nuovo dopo una trentina d'anni. Con Stein troviamo due autentici maestri dei loro strumenti, il contrabbassista Reuben Radding, ed il batterista Rashid Bakr, entrambi ...


Label: Barking Hoop
Released: 2006
Track listing: Juice; Outside Burn; Purple Nova; Right on the Line; Manhattan Moon; How Long?; Hybrids; Epilogue.


Billy Stein: Hybrids

Read "Hybrids" reviewed by Troy Collins

Hybrids, guitarist Billy Stein's debut recording, arrives after thirty years of playing sideman to some of the finest musicians in the New York area. A singular stylist with an unorthodox approach, Stein shares the same off-center sensibility as stylistic peers like Bern Nix, Joe Morris and Michael Musillami. While attending Milt Hinton's Jazz Workshop ...


Label: Kindred Rhythm
Released: 2005
Track listing: Ancient Techno; Na Na Nai; Worldwide Funk; Rose Garden; Dubwise; Ocean Wave; Corn Song; The Just-Us Department.


The Ripple Effect: Hybrids

Read "Hybrids" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Hybrids is a jazz album in name only--specifically the names of multi-instrumentalist John Surman and drummer Jack DeJohnette, who leads this collaborative ensemble. One of the few musicians to have recorded or performed with Ornette Coleman, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, and Miles Davis, DeJohnette's jazz credentials are obvious. But Hybrids tosses his cap into ...


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