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Sacred Machines

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Sacred Machines; Split Infinity; Triality; Washington Heights; Phobia; Wish; Aftermath.

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Glenn White: Sacred Machines

Read "Sacred Machines" reviewed by Jay Deshpande


New York-based saxophonist Glenn White presents a set of eloquent and somewhat haunting tunes on Sacred Machines. The machines herein are a platform for the strong soloists in the ensemble, but the album's unity comes from a common palette that transcends the bandleader's harmonic tendencies (White wrote six of the disc's seven songs). Sacred Machines presents ...

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Glenn White: Sacred Machines

Read "Sacred Machines" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


La presenza di Jamie Baum, flautista, compositrice, arrangiatrice di gran classe ma soprattutto musicista spesso avventurosa, faceva sperare in un disco di livello, che solleticasse la curiosità del’ascoltatore. E invece Sacred Machines, delude, e profondamente, perché risulta anonimo, uguale a mille altri prodotti di modern jazz presenti sul mercato, a tratti decisamente noioso. Ben suonato s’intende, ...

Album

Sacred Machines

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Sacred Machines; Split Infinity; Triality; Washington Heights; Phobia; Wish; Aftermath.

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Article: Album Review

Glenn White: Sacred Machines

Read "Sacred Machines" reviewed by Elliott Simon


For Sacred Machines, tenor man Glenn White has enlisted some of the most recognizable working jazz musicians in New York for a session of precisely played original modern jazz. White's horn is soulful and rich and he expertly uses the talents of his supporting players, particularly the subtle genius of pianist Roberta Piket and Jamie Baum's ...

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Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2008
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