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Rip Tear Crunch

Label: 482 Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Shreds; Flank; Rip Tear Crunch; Dirty Work Can Be Clean Fun; The Rub.

Rip Tear Crunch

Label: 482 Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Shreds - 08:22; 02. Flank - 04:38; 03. Rip Tear Crunch - 28:05; 04. Dirty Work Can Be Clean Fun - 02:05; 05. The Rub - 12:16. Tutte le composizioni sono di Rempis, Hatwich, Daisy, Rosaly.

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The Rempis Percussion Quartet: Rip Tear Crunch

Read "Rip Tear Crunch" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dopo lo scoppiettante Circular Logic, esordio dal vivo del 2005 testimoniato da un’edizione limitata dell’etichetta Utech, ecco Rip Tear Crunch album in studio del Rempis Percussion Quartet, una delle formazioni più effervescenti della vivace scena sperimentale di Chicago. Forse più conosciuto per essere “l’altro sassofonista“ dei Vandermark 5, Dave Rempis dimostra in queste due incisioni di ...

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The Rempis Percussion Quartet: Rip Tear Crunch

Read "Rip Tear Crunch" reviewed by Nic Jones

The first striking thing about this music is the sense of space which just could have been the last outcome from a quartet lineup that includes two drummers. As it turns out, this music has a suppleness and flexibility that bodes well for the future of the group, as well as for any listener who gets ...

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The Rempis Percussion Quartet: Rip Tear Crunch

Read "Rip Tear Crunch" reviewed by Troy Collins

With a higher profile courtesy of his membership in the Vandermark 5, saxophonist Dave Rempis has grown beyond sideman status and into a capable leader in his own right. This studio followup to his limited edition live recording Circular Logic, once again features Rempis' “percussion quartet." A smoldering session encompassing sound worlds beyond the throttling workouts ...


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