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It's Krunch Time

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2002
Track listing: Tenderness of Spring, It's Krunch Time, Bemsha Swing, New Groes for the New Millennium, Ode for Mr. DC, Khanducting, The Opening, Star Spangled Banner.

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Roy Campbell Quartet: It's Krunch Time

Read "It's Krunch Time" reviewed by Bernie Koenig

Roy Campbell is one of the top trumpet players around today. Khan Jamal is currently my favourite vibes player--and I say this as a vibraphonist. Until I heard Jamal--whose playing goes back to the Douglas Loft Sessions--my favourite vibraphonist was Walt Dickerson. Jamal can play out but he can really cook as well. Wilber Morris is ...

It's Krunch Time

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2001
Track listing: Tenderness of Spring; Krunch Time; Bemsha Swing; New Groes for the New Millenium; Ode to Mr. DC; Khanducting; The Opening; Star Spangled Banner.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roy Campbell Quartet: It's Krunch Time

Read "It's Krunch Time" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Leave your preconceptions at the door when you hit play on this one. Roy Campbell, an incendiary free jazz trumpeter? Sometimes. Wilber Morris, an adventurous, abstract bassist? Sometimes. Guillermo E. Brown, a steaming powerhouse drummer? Sometimes. It's Krunch Time is an exceptionally accessible record, given the broad talent and free jazz experience of the musicians. It ...


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