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What Is To Be Done

Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Outcries Rousing; A Pause, A Rose; Shimmer Intend Spark Groove Defend.

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Larry Ochs, Nels Cline, Gerald Cleaver: What Is To Be Done

Read "What Is To Be Done" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

"Siamo arrivati. Abbiamo improvvisato. Siamo partiti. Ogni serata è piuttosto diversa." Così Nels Cline, parlando di questo trio. Due lunghi brani con prevalenza di episodi abrasivi, arroventati, della durata di più di venti minuti ciascuno, e un terzo più disteso, seppure ricco di tensioni interne, molto più breve, a fare da cuscinetto, da valvola di relax, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Larry Ochs / Nels Cline / Gerald Cleaver: What Is To Be Done

Read "What Is To Be Done" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Sandwiched between two epic novels of improvisation--each a track of over twenty minutes of sound--is the respite piece “A Pause, A Rose" by the trio of saxophonist Larry Ochs, guitarist Nels Cline and drummer Gerald Cleaver. Cline, who some may know from his work with the alternative rock band Wilco, opens with a few simple notes ...


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