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Deep Energy Orchestra: Playing with Fire

Read "Playing with Fire" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Deep Energy Orchestra is unique in its musical repertoire, approach, and style, all of which burn light and heat into their first live recording Playing with Fire. DEO's lead voice comes equally from progressive guitar pot-stirrer and King Crimson mainstay Trey Gunn; Carnatic percussionist V. Selvaganish, a member of John McLaughlin's transcendent group Remember Shakti; electric ...

Playing with Fire

Label: 7D Media
Released: 2018
Track listing: The Return; Awakening; Mysterious World; The River; Lotus Feet; Resolve/Improv/Caravan; Honor/Amazing Grace.

Playing With Fire

Label: Inner Gun
Released: 2000

Playing with Fire

Label: Jazzizit
Released: 1998
Track listing: Youbetchalife; New Arrival; The Way I Feel; Springtime; A Time for Love; The Suspect; A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square; Some Other Time; Caravan; Regulator (64:55).

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The Pete Cater Big Band: Playing with Fire

Read "Playing with Fire" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Drummer Pete Cater's big-band debut couldn't have been more appropriately named. Do Cater and his London-area comrades play with fire? “Youbetchalife" they do. The band comes out screamin' on Matt Wilson's galvanic opener (featuring Matt O'Regan's blazing piano) and never falters right on through the final bars of Monty Alexander's “Regulator." Yes, there are moments of ...

Playing With Fire

Label: Tzadik
Released: 1997

Playing With Fire

Label: FMP
Released: 1990


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