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Peace Pipe

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Third Rail; Slap Happy; Peace Pipe; Dakan; Goin' Back; Disposable Genius; Music Is Music; Realization; Mantra.

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Ben Allison: Peace Pipe

Read "Peace Pipe" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


This is a novelty jazz recording. That does not make it a bad recording. It simply makes it a marketing and listening challenge for the more conservative jazz listener. It is a tough sell to introduce obscure instruments into the mainstream of jazz much less those foreign to anglophilic ears. The kora is an established African ...

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Ben Allison: Peace Pipe

Read "Peace Pipe" reviewed by Jack Bowers


The kora, an African stringed instrument that sounds much like an Indian sitar or Persian santour, lends a tantalizing exotic flavor to bassist Ben Allison’s latest album, Peace Pipe, his fourth as leader for Palmetto Records. In the capable hands of Malian virtuoso Mamadou Diabate, the kora is more than a novelty but an integral part ...

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Ben Allison: Peace Pipe

Read "Peace Pipe" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Enough already with labeling bassist Ben Allison in the “talent-deserving-wider- recognition" classification. He has certainly arrived, or at least he has made it without all the young lion baggage. His carry on luggage includes establishing the Jazz Composers Collective ten years ago, a musician-run, non-profit dedicated to creative musicians new and inventive endeavors. Along ...

Album

Peace Pipe

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2000


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