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Mike Reed's People, Places and Things: A New Kind of Dance

Read "A New Kind of Dance" reviewed by Vic Albani


Il signor Mike Reed di Chicago continua a piacerci un sacco. Quello che ha in testa è “buono e bello." Forse la giusta componente genetica, forse l'aria chicagoana e il suo creativo carico di storia, forse la vera necessità di cercare e trovare innovazione, forse l'immaginifica predisposizione all'esplorazione. Mettetela come volete, fatto sta che l'intelligenza di ...

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Mike Reed's People, Places and Things: A New Kind of Dance

Read "A New Kind of Dance" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


You can always count on drummer, bandleader Mike Reed to jar your neural network on a per-album basis. Indeed, he's a propulsive force; an acute progressive jazz visionary, and a luminary in Chicago's forward-moving improvisational dynamic, while also hosting and promoting jazz/improvisation festivals in the Windy City. Otherwise, his People Places & Things unit strikes again ...

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Mike Reed's People, Places and Things: A New Kind of Dance

Read "A New Kind of Dance" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


As a drummer, promoter and composer Mike Reed is a standard bearer for Chicago's creative music scene. His club Constellation is a hot bed for improvisation and innovation that often defy narrow genre-isms. His unique musicianship, meanwhile, is on display on his many recordings particularly ones with his groups; People, Places and Things and Loose Assembly. ...


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