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Nine Gardeners Named Ned

Label: pfMentum
Released: 2005
Track listing: Look at the Pretty Weeds

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Brad Dutz: Nine Gardeners Named Ned

Read "Nine Gardeners Named Ned" reviewed by Rex  Butters

Los Angeles percussionist Brad Dutz spends more time outside on Nine Gardeners Named Ned. With names like Kris Tiner, John Fumo, Sara Schoenbeck, and Ellen Burr joining the ensemble for a session of snails and adventure, the listener can expect some rare and exotic blooms. Throw William Roper's wry words into the mix, and they morph ...

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Brad Dutz: Nine Gardeners Named Ned

Read "Nine Gardeners Named Ned" reviewed by John Kelman

West Coast percussionist Brad Dutz may have a lot of more conventional work to his credit--he's contributed to television and film scores including Star Trek: The Next Generation and Mission Impossible, as well as performing and/or recording with artists including Tribal Tech, Rickie Lee Jones, and Frank Sinatra--but when it comes to his own recordings, he's ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brad Dutz: Nine Gardeners Named Ned

Read "Nine Gardeners Named Ned" reviewed by Jim Santella

Percussionist Brad Dutz leads an all-star ensemble on this program of his creative compositions. Each piece tells a story. The ensemble, including many of Southern California's leading improvising artists, accurately shades each piece with colors and patterns that evoke various moods. The session's standout instrumental voices include Dutz on marimba and vibraphone, Kim Richmond on clarinet, ...


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