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King

Label: Knee Deep Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: 01. King; 02. I; 03. The Defender of Time; 04. Phantasm; 05. II; 06. The Opposition; 07. III; 08. Kiss of Death; 09. Stars.

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Tim Kuhl: King

Read "King" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il batterista Tim Kuhl è nato Baltimora nel 1982 e nel 2003 si è trasferito a New York per poter essere un protagonista della scena downtown che continua imperterrita a sfornare proposte interessanti anche in un epoca tirata e bastarda come questa. Questo suo secondo album lo vede alla testa di un sestetto che comprende due ...

King

Label: WJF Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: King; I; The Defender of Time; Phantasm; II; The Opposition; III; Kiss of Death; Stars.

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Tim Kuhl: King

Read "King" reviewed by Troy Collins

An excellent example of post-modern musicianship, drummer Tim Kuhl has led a diverse career since relocating to New York City in 2003. A classically trained percussionist, he has held a steady residency in the East Village with his jazz ensemble and played with a slew of rock bands, including The Izzys, The Junkman Band, Less Than ...

Trigger Zone

Label: FMP Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Area 1/ Area 2/ Area 3/ Area 4.

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King : Trigger Zone

Read "Trigger Zone" reviewed by Derek Taylor

The interpersonal politics of collective improvisation are tricky terrain to map and predict. How do musicians determine and agree on a shared spontaneous itinerary? What are the auditory and tactile tools and cues that lead to consensual shifts in direction and scope? What happens when the elements break down or are misconstrued in the moment? The ...

Makin' Whoopee

Label: Mapleshade Recordings
Released: 1998

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King/Bluiett Trio: Makin' Whoopee

Read "Makin' Whoopee" reviewed by Joel Roberts

This thoroughly enjoyable album is a loose, funky tribute to the music of the Nat King Cole Trio by the great baritone saxophonist Hamiet Bluiett. Using the same spare backing of just guitar and bass as the King Cole Trio, Bluiett covers familiar material from the Cole repertoire like “Sweet Lorraine," “Paper Moon," “Straighten Up and ...


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