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Live From Old York: Delta Saxophone Quartet, Ballaké Sissoko, Larry Miller & Blackbeard's Tea Party

Read "Live From Old York: Delta Saxophone Quartet, Ballaké Sissoko, Larry Miller & Blackbeard's Tea Party" reviewed by Martin Longley


Delta Saxophone Quartet The Chapel November 22, 2013 The Delta Saxophone Quartet's best-known album is Dedicated To You, But You Weren't Listening (MoonJune, 2007) which tackled the music of Soft Machine, particularly concentrating on the the output of bassist/composer Hugh Hopper. Delta is a group which ostensibly exists within ...

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Article: Album Review

Dead Cat Bounce: Chance Episodes

Read "Chance Episodes" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Combining a supremely agile multi-reed quartet with a lithe rhythm section, Dead Cat Bounce is anything but moribund on its Cuneiform debut, Chance Episodes. The title is a bit of a misnomer as well, as the highly developed compositions--all written and arranged by saxophonist/woodwind multi-instrumentalist Matt Steckler--leave little to chance. Originally commissioned by Chamber Music America ...

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Label: VENTURE
Released: 1994

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Full English Breakfast

Label: VENTURE
Released: 1993

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Teranga

Label: VENTURE
Released: 1988

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Quark

Label: VENTURE
Released: 1987


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