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Mostly Other People Do The Killing: Paint

Read "Paint" reviewed by Enrico Bettinello


Un po' come succede alle stelle quando “esauriscono il combustibile," quando si espandono e poi si contraggono diventando una caldissima “nana bianca," nel corso dell'ultimo anno i Mostly Other People Do The Killing si sono espansi fino a settetto per poi restringersi all'archetipica forma jazz del trio con pianoforte. Ma sarà davvero anche qui ...

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Paint

Label: Hot Cup Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Yellow House; Orangeville; Black Horse; Blue Goose; Plum Run; Green Briar; Golden Hill; Whitehall.

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Label: Hot Cup Records
Released: 2017
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Mostly Other People Do The Killing: Paint

Read "Paint" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Mostly Other People Do The Killing have released their second CD of 2017 and, in keeping with the group's unpredictability, it's a bit of a curve ball. Whereas on previous releases they've ranged in size from a quartet to a septet, this time they've cut themselves down to a simple piano trio. Other than that, it's ...

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Mostly Other People Do the Killing: Paint

Read "Paint" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


No sooner had Mostly Other People Do the Killing expanded to a septet with Loafer's Hollow (Hot Cup Records, 2017) than they shrink to their smallest formation to date with the trio release Paint. Founding member, bassist, and composer Moppa Elliott is joined by pianist Ron Stabinsky and drummer Kevin Shea. Trumpeter Peter Evans had departed ...


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