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Politico

Label: Owl Studios
Released: 2010
Track listing: One Way Ticket; Politico; The Last Blue Tang; Concierto para Quarteto, Movements I, II and III; Plastic Plants; A Thousand Ships.

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Frank Glover: Politico

Read "Politico" reviewed by AAJ Staff

First released independently but now re-released by Owl Studios, classically trained clarinetist Frank Glover's Politico is a smashing debut; an atmospheric, concatenated narrative. The clarinet is a peculiar wind instrument with a smooth, sometimes guttural sound that's either loved or hated. Not as bold as a trumpet, it could get overwhelmed in ...

Politico

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2009
Track listing: One Way Ticket; Politico; The Last Blue Tang; Concierto para Quarteto, Movements 1, 2 and 3; Plastic Plants; A Thousand Ships.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Frank Glover: Politico

Read "Politico" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Politico was self-released by Indianapolis-based clarinettist Frank Glover in 2005. Four years later it has gained a commercial release and one question arises--why did it take so long? The breadth of writing, arranging and playing talent on this album is impressive, and the result is an involving and intensely emotional set of compositions that deserves wide ...


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