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Gary

Label: Illusions Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Voice From The Past; Gary; Gaia; Empty Carousel; Moor; Random Mist; Requiem; Vignette.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marc Copland: Gary

Read "Gary" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Pianist Marc Copland is the perfect interpreter of the music of bassist Gary Peacock. The artists' musical relationship began over three decades ago, and continues to this day. Peacock, best known perhaps for his long tenure in pianist Keith Jarrett's “Standards Trio," has played on numerous Copland recordings, including At Night (Sunnyside, 1992), Softly (Savoy Jazz, ...

Le Sens De La Marche

Label: Illusions Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Total Machine; Tapage; Le Menteur Dans L'Annexe; Aquatique; Nouvelles Nouvelles Du Front.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marc Ducret: Le sens de la marche

Read "Le sens de la marche" reviewed by Jean-Marc Gelin

From the word go, guitarist Marc Ducret's Le sens de la marche enters another world, an unsettled one full of surprise and anguish--one for which there can be no preparation. Vaguely reminiscent of Frank Zappa, King Crimson and Tim Berne, it's a musical hubbub of organized chaos--systematic in theory but brutal and brilliant in practice. The ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marc Ducret: Le Sens De La Marche

Read "Le Sens De La Marche" reviewed by Martin Longley

Marc Ducret is usually experienced either as a highly noticeable sideman or, if he's leading his own band, a dangerously pointed guitar brandisher. Mostly, he's known for working with Tim Berne, as part of Bloodcount and Big Satan. This solo album reveals one of Ducret's other aspects: composer and bandleader on a particularly ambitious scale. His ...

Civil War Diaries: Solo Piano

Label: Illusions Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Tenting on the Old Campground; Weeping Sad and Lonely; The Yellow Rose of Texas; The Cavalry March; Bonnie Blue Flag; Carry Me Back to Old Virginia; Kingdom Come; All Quiet Along the Potomac; Dixie.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bill Carrothers: Civil War Diaries: Solo Piano

Read "Civil War Diaries: Solo Piano" reviewed by John Kelman

If pianist Bill Carrothers hadn't found his way to music, he might have been a historian. Fortunately, Carrothers has found a unique way to combine both interests. Armistice 1918 (Sketch, 2004) was a remarkably broad-scoped concept piece that brought together his own thought-provoking compositions with imaginative reworkings of popular songs from the First World War. But ...


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