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Humanity Part II

Label: Ranula Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: Humanity (Part II); Through a Glass Darkly; Scarecrow; Ghost; Tenebre; Leviathan.

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Robert Sabin: Humanity Part II

Read "Humanity Part II" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Although Humanity Part II, the oracular title of bassist Robert Sabin's new album, may summon images of a Mel Brooks parody (Part I must have slipped past us), the music itself is decidedly serious. In the liner notes, wherein he references Albert Camus, Ennio Morricone, John Carpenter, Ingmar Bergman, Maurice Ravel and Dario Argento, Sabin makes ...

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Ghost

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Label: Ranula Music
Released: 2015
Duration: 6:46

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Robert Sabin: Humanity Part II

Read "Humanity Part II" reviewed by Troy Collins


Robert Sabin has a dark side. Although the New York-based bassist regularly serves as a sideman to such luminaries as Oliver Lake and Luis Bonilla, Sabin has revealed an abiding fascination with horror throughout his career, as documented on his 2005 Ranula Music debut Killdozer, based on Marvin Heemeyer's infamous armored bulldozer rampage in Colorado the ...

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ZWKDD

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Label: Ranula Music
Released: 2007
Duration: 05:33

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Romero

Label: Ranula Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Introduction (No More Room in Hell...); Zombi (L'Alba Dei Morti Viventi); ZWKDD4; God Left The Phone Off The Hook; Dog Shot; Is there food?; Monkey Farm; Flowers in the Graveyard; Helicopters.

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Robert Sabin: Romero

Read "Romero" reviewed by Troy Collins


Romero, bassist Robert Sabin's rousing and contemplative tribute to director George Romero's famous zombie films, yields an unusual, effective combination of two seemingly disparate disciplines, jazz and horror movies. Drawing inspiration from the classic trilogy of Night of the Living Dead (1968), Dawn of the Dead (1978) and Day of the Dead (1985), Sabin ...

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Robert Sabin: Romero

Read "Romero" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


New York bassist Robert Sabin's Romero continues to deliver music that jolts the ears and psyche, as first heard on the 2005 recording Killdozer . This time around the music draws inspiration from none other than horror film director George A. Romero, whose cult classics include Night of the Living Dead (1968) and Dawn of the ...

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Killdozer

Label: Ranula Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Tourettes Guy; Notes From Underground; Killdozer; Evil Bob Takes A Nap; Red and Black; Nobody Does It Better.


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