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Returning

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: 1. Lifeline; 2. Returning; 3. That's All You Got; 4. By a Field; 5. There's No There There; 6. Vertigal; 7. Something Quiet.

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Bob Gluck: Returning

Read "Returning" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Returning ci offre una musica singolare, oscillante fra leggiadria e austerità, dall'evidente carattere melodico e strutturata in modo mai banale. Ora risulta evidente l'impianto della scrittura (tutti i brani sono di Bob Gluck, escluso l'ultimo che è a firma collettiva), ora emerge l'apertura dell'improvvisazione e di un istantaneo interplay. L'evoluzione dei brani è imprevedibile, mai scandita ...

Returning

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Lifeline; Returning; That's All You Got; By a Field; There's No There There; Vertigal; Something Quiet.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Gluck Trio: Returning

Read "Returning" reviewed by Henry Smith

The piano trio can be a difficult format for free playing. It is too easy for the piano, so easily a dominating instrument, to overshadow the bassist and drummer, rendering them as backup to the more harmonically complex keyboard. This is fine, and an enormous amount of great music has been made in this format, but ...

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Bob Gluck Trio: Returning

Read "Returning" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

The piano trio, in one form or another, has been a jazz staple since the 1930s, and consequently skews toward the familiar. Fortunately, there are those atypical artists who invite a deeper dive for the uninhibited. Nothing could be more challenging, interesting and listenable than the music Bob Gluck creates within that formation. Like his Something ...

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Label: FMR Records
Released: 2011
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Returning

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Track listing: Point Of Entry; Returning To A Place We've Never Been; Fourth Pleochroism; Engelschreit; Over The Hills, The Clouds Seem So Distant; Sialia Sialis; Sempiternal; In Daunsinge; Leaf Dawn Resist; Vanishing Point.

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Kevin Kastning and Sándor Szabó: Returning

Read "Returning" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Returning is a rare album that is remarkable for its instruments as well as its instrumentalists. Guitarist Kevin Kastning brings some of his inventions, including the 12-string extended baritone guitar and 12-string alto guitar, into play once again, on this fourth duo disc with guitarist Sándor Szabó. A stark immediacy is present on ...

Returning

Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2005
Track listing: Returning; Extra Chance; Miniature; Pictures; Snova; Son of Thirteen; Turn Out the Stars.

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Alex Sipiagin: Returning

Read "Returning" reviewed by John Kelman

Some artists leap into visibility; others almost insidiously find their way into the public eye. Russian-born, New York-resident trumpeter Alex Sipiagin has made considerable strides in the past decade in establishing his reputation within the New York jazz community. He's been recruited for increasingly high profile gigs with the Mingus Big Band, Michael Brecker and, most ...


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