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Lucid

Label: Cherry Red Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Oxymoron; Flow; Unsettled; The Other Side; The Ascent; Coulrophobia; Lucid; KEA; Street And Circus; The Bridge; A Boy.

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Matt Stevens: Lucid

Read "Lucid" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Among other positives, British guitar-slinger Matt Stevens (Fierce, The Dead) reminds us why King Crimson founder, guitarist Robert Fripp has been such an influential force. And Stevens keeps it in the family by utilizing latter day Crimson drummer Pat Mastelotto's fierce chops on one track. The guitarist's zinging sustain lines, gargantuan crunch chords and use of ...

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Lucid: So Oder So

Read "So Oder So" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Lydia Schiller, Sevi Krieger and Florian Leuschner met not long ago as members of one of Germany's several superb youth jazz orchestras (yes, that is a good idea; a pity it hasn't surfaced on this side of the Atlantic) and decided to form a working trio built around Schiller's lucid vocal talents, which include flawless diction, ...

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Lucid

Label: Splitrec
Released: 2011
Track listing: Breath; Drifting Needles; Lucid; Dusted birds on furnished trees; Grain.

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Great Waitress: Lucid

Read "Lucid" reviewed by John Eyles


In January 2009, Berlin-based pianist Magda Mayas played with the Australian duo of accordionist Monika Brooks and clarinetist Laura Altman at Sydney's Now now Festival. At the start of 2011, the three came together--by now under the name Great Waitress--to again play the festival plus some other gigs before recording Lucid at Sydney's Linear recording studio, ...


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