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Lettuce Prey

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Michelangelo; Haitian Fight Song / Merci Bon Dieu (feat. Ran Blake); Angel; Scythian Suite (feat. Ran Blake); Nightcrawler (feat. Ran Blake); Gyp the Blood or Hearst, Which Is Worst?; Horace Is Blue (feat. Ran Blake); Very Early; Sadness (feat. Ran Blake); Ginastera String Quartet N°2; Arrorro; Chacarera; Prokofiev Intro - Piano Outtake (feat. Ran Blake); Down Here Below (feat. Ran Blake); Sabre Dance; Assemblage; Mood Indigo (feat. Ran Blake).

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Dave Fabris feat. Ran Blake: Lettuce Prey

Read "Lettuce Prey" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

Un brano di Astor Piazzolla quasi hard-rock, Charles Mingus in versione noir, l'hendrixiana “Angel" in chitarra solitaria da brividi, “Sadness" di Ornette Coleman minimalista e lisergica, e poi Prokofiev, Ginastera, Ives. Insomma ce n'è per tutti gusti, verrebbe da dire, ma, attenzione, quello preparato da Dave “Knife" Fabris è tutt'altro che un frullato misto o uno ...

Lettuce Prey

Label: Musea Records
Released: 2014

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Michelangelo

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Label: Musea Records
Released: 2014
Duration: 02:55


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