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The Lou Grassi Po Band with Marshall Allen: Live at the Knitting Factory Volume 1

Read "Live at the Knitting Factory Volume 1" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il sax contralto e il flauto di Marshall Allen, la tromba di Paul Smoker, il trombone di Steve Swell e il clarinetto di Perry Robinson. Tutti insieme appassionatamente, la sera del 26 settembre 2000, sul palco della Knitting Factory di New York. Al contrabbasso Wilber Morris; alla batteria Lou Grassi, titolare del progetto Po Band, creatura ...

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The Lou Grassi Po Band with Marshall Allen: Live At The Knitting Factory Volume 1

Read "Live At The Knitting Factory Volume 1" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Drummer Lou Grassi, with his progressive jazz and improvisational luminaries, slams matters into high gear during this gutsy 2000 recording, captured at New York City's Knitting Factory. Historically, Grassi is known for his driving passion and prominent leadership, while almost always engaging with superior musicians. Here, the frontline musicians lock horns, via intervallic spikes and scorching ...


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