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Right Up On

Label: Passin' Thru Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Hey Now Hey; 5 Sisters; 2016; Disambiguate; Right Up On; Sponge; Einstein 100!

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Oliver Lake: Right Up On

Read "Right Up On" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Although he will always be known first and foremost as an uncompromising saxophonist who helped catalyze the jazz avant- garde from the 1970s onward, it's also worth recognizing Oliver Lake's ambition as a composer. He has a particular fondness for strings in this regard, actually, as he has composed extensively for string quartets for over twenty ...

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Oliver Lake: Right Up On

Read "Right Up On" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Despite having performed with the Flux Quartet since as long ago as 2002, this is actually the first recording of compositions by saxophonist Oliver Lake featuring the Quartet. Lake himself is a septuagenarian of renown having been a founder member of the World Saxophone Quartet and Trio 3 with Reggie Workman and Andrew Cyrille (whose Time ...

That Which Is Planted

Label: Passin' Thru Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Ghosts; Give It Some Thought; Ecclusiastics Intro.; Ecclusiastics; BK; Midnight Sun.

That Which Is Planted

Label: Passin' Thru Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Ghosts; Give It Some Thought; Ecclusiastics; BK; Midnight Sun.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

1032K: That Which Is Planted

Read "That Which Is Planted" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

The intrepid and original trio 1032K (the temperature at which the laws of physics no longer apply) is comprised of three versatile and singularly artful musicians who share a common creative vision. Their phenomenal That Which is Planted is a stimulating glimpse at this collaboration recorded live in Buffalo and Rochester, New York. The group radically ...

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Frank Lacy: That Which Is Planted

Read "That Which Is Planted" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The real reason the revolution will not be televised (with apologies to Gil Scott Heron) is that the sound of the revolution is free jazz. While those street fighting men are satisfied to throw rock music up against the wall, the real uprising is music of bands like 1032K. With roots in the streets and lofts ...

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1032K: That Which Is Planted

Read "That Which Is Planted" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

When trumpeter/ trombonist Frank Lacy appeared with the Mingus Big Band this past summer at the Caramoor Jazz Festival, he stole the show in the company of fourteen top-shelf musicians. The live performance venue in which Lacy thrives isn't diminished in the smaller group setting as proven out in the 1032K trio debut That Which Is ...

That Which Is Planted

Label: Passin' Thru Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Ghosts; Give It Some Thought; Ecclusiastics; BK; Midnight Sun.

Makin' It

Label: Passin' Thru Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: In Walked John; Gano; Say Girl; Spirit Of Man; Nu Peace; Move Groove; Makin' It; Dedicated To B.C.; Olla's Blues; I Want To Walk With Jesus.


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