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David Dominique: Mask

Read "Mask" reviewed by Claudio Bonomi

David Dominique suona il flugabone, strumento a fiato simile a un flicorno extra large che ha un suono simile a quello di un trombone, ma le curiositĂ  riguardo questo eclettico polistrumentista, bandleader e compositore americano non finiscono qui. La sua ambizione sembra infatti essere quella di creare un nuovo idioma jazzistico facendo tesoro delle lezioni di ...


Label: Orenda Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Wee of Us; Grief; Beetle; To Dave Treut; Invisibles; Five Locations; The Yawpee; Separation Strategies; Gotta Fumble.


Mask Featuring Sonja Kristina (Curved Air) and Marvin Ayres to Release Second Album 'Technopia'

Mask Featuring Sonja Kristina (Curved Air) and Marvin Ayres to Release Second Album 'Technopia'

London, UK - Much to the anticipation of the music press and fans worldwide, MASK are releasing their second album 'Technopia' on r.a.r.e (Repertoire) Jan 2010 and will be performing in UK and Europe in April - May 2010. This is MASK's first release since their UK Top 20 Club hit single 'Waking The Dream'. MASK ...


Label: Cryptogramophone
Released: 2002
Track listing: Clea's Bounce; Waltz For K.P.; Enfant; The Fools; Ephemera - For Eric; Mask; Forgiveness.


Jeff Gauthier: Mask

Read "Mask" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The “Goat" in violinist Jeff Gauthier's Goatette is the nickname he was tagged with as a child. His band Goatette, together since 1991, adds guitarist Nels Cline for this recording. Gauthier has been a regular collaborator with Nels and his drummer brother Alex Cline since the late-1970s in the ensemble Quartet Music, with deceased legendary bassist ...


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