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Rules of Invisibility Volume 1

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Invisibility/ Leakey's Bag/ It's Very Deep/ Folksong/ Titans Stride/ Point Time/ I Love You Two/ You Ain't All That.

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John O'Gallagher/Masa Kamaguchi/Jay Rosen: Rules Of Invisibility Volume 1

Read "Rules Of Invisibility Volume 1" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Saxophonist John O'Gallagher spearheads this provocative, rewarding trio outing as he, bassist Masa Kamaguchi, and drummer Jay Rosen turn some standards inside out without ever losing sight of the melodies or chord changes. These particular performances cover a wide range of approaches from ruminative unmetered free rhythms to robust swinging, with due consideration given to some ...

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John O'Gallagher/Masa Kamaguchi/Jay Rosen: Rules of Invisibility Volume 1

Read "Rules of Invisibility Volume 1" reviewed by Florence Wetzel

Does anyone at CIMP ever sleep? Every time you turn around, they've released yet another CD of first-rate improvised music, all recorded to their high standards and all giving complete freedom to the artists involved. Bob Rusch and his team are on a mission, documenting one-of-a-kind sessions as well as the rich array of jazz musicians ...

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John O'Gallagher/Masa Kamaguchi/Jay Rosen: Rules of Invisibility Volume 1

Read "Rules of Invisibility Volume 1" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Ornette Coleman's innovations on alto are now nearly a half-century old. That's a wide body of precedence for today's free-form straddling saxophonists to swim through. On his CIMP debut, Axiom, and a sophomore effort, Abacus, for Arabesque, O'Gallagher showed a command of existing conventions balanced by an inquisitive streak of his own. Comparisons to Dolphy were ...


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