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Ke Ala Mano (The Way of the Shark)

Label: New Polyphony Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: The Body Language of a Race Horse; Little Friend; Dr. Such & Such; El Toro; Pinky Taun Taun; Dr. Such & Such (radio edit); Pinky Taun Taun (radio edit).

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The All Rectangle: Ke Ala Mano (The Way of the Shark)

Read "Ke Ala Mano (The Way of the Shark)" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It's an inside joke: The All Rectangle is actually a trio, but they round up after adding a fourth (guest) musician. With the unpredictability of the fourth member, The All Rectangle always keeps close to the edge. Ke Ala Mano marks this group's first appearance on record, after live performances in a variety of settings. The ...

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The All Rectangle: Ke Ala Mano (The Way of the Shark)

Read "Ke Ala Mano (The Way of the Shark)" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Geometry is purely relative construct in the realm of The All Rectangle. Comprised at various points of anywhere from three to seven players its an aggregate that routinely circumvents spatial strictures in search for an all-expansive sound. Through strong musicianship and a creative consensus that integrates elements of electronica and trance into the fusionary legacy first ...


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