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Moods: Playing with the Elements

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Sienna Sun; Wegatchie Run; Burning Wood; Dedicated to You, Joe; Stella By Starlight; In Evidence; Lonely Woman; Short Eyes; Legacy (Celebrating Bill Dixon

Album

Moods: Playing with the Elements

Label: CIMP Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Sienna Sun; Wegatchie Run; Burning Wood; Dedicated to You, Joe; Stella By Starlight; In Evidence; Lonely Woman; Short Eyes; Legacy (Celebrating Bill Dixon

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Trio X: Joe McPhee, Dominic Duval, Jay Rosen: Moods: Playing with the Elements

Read "Moods: Playing with the Elements" reviewed by Ty Cumbie


I'll bet anyone $50 that the wonderful multi-instrumentalist Joe McPhee could play beautifully on an old length of PVC pipe. Any takers? You'd lose. I've seen him do it, and there were at least thirty other witnesses. Neither PVC nor any other sort of plumbing material is listed on this Trio X release, and silver-haired tunes ...

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Trio X: Moods: Playing with the Elements

Read "Moods: Playing with the Elements" reviewed by Derek Taylor


Recorded the day following Trio X's last release, The Sugar Hill Suite (CIMP, 2005), this new disc is both companion session and departure. That earlier date spent substantial space ruminating on the history and cultural legacy of the named Harlem neighborhood, and the music ended up less overtly incendiary as a result. This one aligns more ...


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