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John Bruschini

In New York City, Bruschini is well known for his versatility and has performed in many of the city’s popular clubs and performance spaces including The Knitting Factory, Visiones, Condon’s, S.O.B.’s, The 55 Bar, CBGB’s and other venues such as The Great Hall at Cooper Union, The Kitchen and the Guggenheim Museum. Bruschini’s appeal is due, in part, to his tenure with Cecil Taylor. Bruschini was featured on the Japanese TV broadcast of “Live at the Knitting Factory” with Cecil Taylor’s group, RADA. Bruschini has also performed, recorded and/or toured with Craig Harris, Dave Douglas, Mose Allison, Denis Charles, Carlos Ward, Charles Persip, Makanda Ken McIntyre, Akira Tana, Butch Morris, Sonny Simmons, Myra Melford, Cyro Baptista, David S

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John Bruschini: As You Were

Read "As You Were" reviewed by Scott Andrews

New York City guitarist and composer John Bruschini, a long time sideman in Cecil Taylor's touring groups, offers nine original instrumental tracks of varying jazz and soft fusion styles played in a small band setting on his debut CD as a band leader, As You Were, including nylon string classical guitar and light electric jazz.

As You Were

Label: Cathexis Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: As You Were; B4; Way Down; Bloodroot; Glory; April; Funkyard; Ancestral Seeds; Sarah's.

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John Bruschini: As You Were

Read "As You Were" reviewed by Joel Roberts

Guitarist John Bruschini is perhaps best known for his long tenure with Cecil Taylor, as well as his association with some of New York's top avant gardists. So As You Were , his funky, soul-drenched new release on the Cathexis label, comes as somewhat of a surprise. There's no questioning Bruschini's chops - he's definitely near ...

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John Bruschini: As You Were

Read "As You Were" reviewed by Jim Santella

The interfusion of jazz and rock music has long been regarded simply as fusion. The format remains the same as with mainstream jazz: unadorned melodies are followed by improvised variations or creative soloing. The melody is usually repeated at the end. Guitarist John Bruschini’s compositions follow those characteristic guidelines. MP3 sound bites for the title track ...


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