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Glass Cage

Label: Paratactile
Released: 2001
Track listing: Crash 2; Text; Box Crushed Flat; Gesture; Crash 3; Wall Hitting Floor; Construction; Monument; Rough Grey; Crash 1

Joe Gallivan, Gary Smith

Label: Paratactile
Released: 2001
Track listing: "Eleven improvisations. Total time: 56.17" (sic)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Glass Cage: Glass Cage

Read "Glass Cage" reviewed by John Eyles

Glass Cage is yet another ace trio featuring Gary Smith on guitar. Following his Stereo trio, Mass, Powerfield, and the recent Shoji Hano trio, this is another winner. And again Smith has come up with a great name, one that sounds like a prog-rock band and has all kinds of resonances. The trio consists of Smith ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Gallivan, Gary Smith: Joe Gallivan, Gary Smith

Read "Joe Gallivan, Gary Smith" reviewed by John Eyles

If the mark of a great player is that you can recognise them from just one note, then look no further than Gary Smith. His electric stereo guitar sound is as distinctive as the sound of Miles, Getz or Hendrix, as individual as DNA. Using real-time electronics and pedals, Smith has the capacity to bend, shape ...


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