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Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood: In Case the World Changes Its Mind Live

Read "In Case the World Changes Its Mind Live" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Ascoltando queste registrazioni dal vivo, tratte dal tour del 2006 ma pubblicate solo adesso, viene da chiedersi come Medeski, Martin & Wood possano funzionare anche autonomamente senza la chitarra di John Scofield. L'amalgama è talmente perfetto che non si capisce come questo bel progetto possa essere solo una variante della loro attività principiale, che è quella ...

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Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood: In Case The World Changes Its Mind

Read "In Case The World Changes Its Mind" reviewed by Doug Collette

In Case the World Changes Its Mind reaffirms the chemistry at the heart of the collaboration between nouveau-jazz trio Medeski Martin & Wood and guitarist extraordinaire, John Scofield. Hearing this live recording reveals the delicate, almost precarious, balance of factors that put them finely in tune with each other. Recorded on the 2006 tour ...

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Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood: In Case The World Changes Its Mind

Read "In Case The World Changes Its Mind" reviewed by John Kelman

With significant pressure on artists to look for new territory to mine and new collaborations to explore, it's always great to see those that have worked well kept as ongoing concerns, like guitarist John Scofield's first-encounter with jam band darlings Medeski, Martin & Wood on the superb A Go Go (Verve, 1998). The now-named Medeski Scofield ...


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