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Trio

Label: Melungeon Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Consequences - 6:46 2. Larsen B - 4:40 3. Cape of Needles - 8:25 4. Powerhouse - 6:33 5. LD50 - 7:30 6. Dryad - 3:33 7. Hornswoggled - 10:44 8. Eye to Eye - 6:17 9. Procession - 5:10 10. Requiem - 6:17

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Aoki/Hunsinger/Jarman: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by Celeste Sunderland


High, shrill, and alone, Robbie Lynn Hunsinger’s soprano saxophone provides an apt opening to a culturally vibrant musical tale. Signifying the solitude of the individual in the rich complexity of the universe, double reed master Hunsinger is joined by multi-instrumentalist Joseph Jarman and bassist Tatsu Aoki on Trio, an intensely contemplative album that traverses tremendous terrain ...

Album

Trio

Label: Melungeon Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Consequences; Larsen B; Cape Of Needles; Powerhouse; LD 50; Dryad; Hornswoggled; eye to eye; Procession; Requiem.

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Article: Album Review

Aoki/Hunsinger/Jarman: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Since its inception in the 1960s, Chicago’s influential AACM (Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians) has been dedicated to the expansion of our musical language. The founders and participants have included Muhal Richard Abrams, Lester Bowie, Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton, and Jack DeJohnette. Their influence has been felt beyond Chicago in the travels and inventions ...


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