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Seabrook Powerplant - Seabrook Powerplant II (2011)

It used to be that when we used the term “punk jazz," we were referring to Jaco Pastorius. Let's face it, the man was a jazz bass revolutionary. But over the years—and concurrent with with Jaco's career—the idea of what jazz can be was expanded by the likes of John Zorn's downtown New York cohorts and ...

Seabrook Powerplant

Label: Loyal Label
Released: 2009
Track listing: Peter Dennis Blanford Townshend; Ho Chi Minh Trail; Waltz of the Nuke Workers; Occupation 1977; Base Load Plant Theme; I Don't Feel So Good; Feedlot Polio; Doomsday Shroud.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Seabrook Power Plant: Seabrook Powerplant

Read "Seabrook Powerplant" reviewed by Troy Collins

Seabrook Powerplant is the long awaited debut of Brandon Seabrook as an ensemble leader, one of the most impressive young guitarists to arise from the verdant Brooklyn scene. Despite his relatively limited discography, the New England Conservatory graduate has been active since the mid-1990s, as a member of Radical Jewish Culture pioneers Naftule's Dream, the eclectic ...


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