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The All Seeing Eye + Octets

Label: Poo-Bah Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: The All-Seeing Eye; Genesis; Chaos; Face of the Deep; Mephistopheles; Without Roots I; Without Roots II; Without Roots III; What We Were Told I; What We Were Told II; What We Were Told III.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Harris Eisenstadt: The All Seeing Eye + Octets

Read "The All Seeing Eye + Octets" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

It's a bold few decisions Harris Eisenstadt makes The All-Seeing Eye + Octets. He starts it off by covering the whole of Wayne Shorter's The All Seeing Eye (Blue Note, 1965), but arranges it for new instrumentation and then pairs that with two suites of his own. It's the sort of thing you'd better know you ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Harris Eisenstadt: The All Seeing Eye + Octets

Read "The All Seeing Eye + Octets" reviewed by Troy Collins

Recently relocating from Los Angeles to New York City, percussionist Harris Eisenstadt is becoming a ubiquitous presence in the bi-coastal creative improvised music scene. Wadada Leo Smith, Sam Rivers, Bobby Bradford, Jeb Bishop, Rob Brown, Vinny Golia and a cast of notables have all utilized his skills in the past. The All Seeing Eye + Octets ...


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