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Outre Mer

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Outre Mer; Bear No Hair; The Machine; Etienne; Merpati; The Dream; Antoine; Circus; Needles; The Dwarf; Amanjiwo.

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Garage A Trois: Outre Mer

Read "Outre Mer" reviewed by Michael McCaw

Garage a Trois, a quartet consisting of Mike Dillon, Charlie Hunter, Skerik, and Stanton Moore, recorded Outre Mer live with no overdubs: no small feat given its buoyantly dense sound. And although the name of the band doesn't quite fit the number of musicians, they combine elements found in each of their solo projects to form ...

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Garage a Trois: Outre Mer

Read "Outre Mer" reviewed by John Kelman

Film music has its own sets of demands, often required to elevate the emotional content of the cinematic story while at the same time seamlessly blending so that it doesn't dominate. And while scores can literally define the mood of a film at their best--think Hitchcock's Psycho--and some only work in conjunction with the films for ...

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Garage A Trois: Outre Mer

Read "Outre Mer" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

Garage A Trois' Outre Mer is the soundtrack to an as yet unreleased French film of the same name. The band, consisting of Mike Dillon (percussion, vibraphone), Charlie Hunter (eight-string guitar, pandero), Stanton Moore (drums, polyrhythms), and Skerik (saxophone), lays down surging funk-influenced tunes, tempered by the intricate delicacy of vibraphone and guitar. The ...


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