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Conference Of The Aquarians

Label: Last Visible Dog
Released: 2009
Track listing: Part One; Part Two; Part Three; Part Four; (Interference); Part Five; Part Six; Part Seven; Conclusion.

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Valerio Cosi / Enzo Franchini: Conference Of The Aquarians

Read "Conference Of The Aquarians" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Did John Coltrane revisit his minor hit “My Favorite Things" after he met Rashied Ali? If he had, the Rodgers and Hammerstein song might have sounded a bit like saxophonist Valerio Cosi and drummer Enzo Franchini's version, re-titled “Part Seven" on the duo's Conference Of The Aquarians. The pair recorded this and eight other ...

Album

Tower

Label: Last Visible Dog
Released: 2007
Track listing: Track One; Track Two; Track Three; Track Four; Track Five; Track Six.

Album

The Indeterminate Existence

Label: Last Visible Dog
Released: 2007
Track listing: Soprano (Baltimore, MD 10/1988); Alto (Baltimore, MD 10/1988); Soprano (Berkeley, CA 12/ 1998); Alto (Berkeley, CA

Album

Luggage

Label: Last Visible Dog
Released: 2007
Track listing: Marsh/Wong; Marsh/Eubanks.

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Circle: Tower

Read "Tower" reviewed by Mark Corroto


What if, in 1969 Miles Davis' band took the stage and began playing the trumpeter's introduction, but Miles never made the gig? Chick Corea and/or Joe Zawinul run through choruses of those science fiction, electric piano and synthesizer notes while Jack DeJohnette blends his jazz and world music drumming--that is, years before we called it world ...

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Jack Wright: The Indeterminate Existence

Read "The Indeterminate Existence" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The liner notes to The Indeterminate Existence, penned by Jack Wright, indicate that he no longer plays music like what can be heard on these seven tracks from the years 1988-98. While I might disagree, I will note that any occasion Wright steps onto a stage, you will hear something new, conceived and created in that ...

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Bob Marsh / Theresa Wong / Bryan Eubanks: Luggage

Read "Luggage" reviewed by Mark Corroto


For the past fifteen years, San Francisco's Luggage Store Gallery has hosted new music and avant-garde improvisational music on a weekly basis. Its long history is a testament to the dedication required to keep the improvisational listening experience alive. This set of duos finds the familiar figure of Bob Marsh collaborating with two new ...


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