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Round Tripper

Label: Serious Niceness Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Rosa Takes A Stand; Dancing Laughing; Do You Think That I Do Not Know; Um A Zero; D. Day; I Don't Know What; Round Trip; Waltzing Matilda.

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Lisa Parrott: Round Tripper

Read "Round Tripper" reviewed by Jack Bowers


In the vernacular, to “parrot" means to imitate or copy. In spite of her point-blank name, Lisa Parrott goes out of her way not to do that, whether on alto or baritone sax. Parrott's alto is lustrous and ripened, summoning at times the halcyon days of the Swing Era, while her baritone is barbed and heavy, ...

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Lisa Parrott: Round Tripper

Read "Round Tripper" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Alto saxophonist/free jazz pioneer Ornette Coleman, in the recording studio for bassist Jamaaladeen Tacuma's For the Love of Ornette (Jazzwerkstatt, 2010), said to a band about to break into a tune: “Fellas. Fellas. Can you hear me? Forget the notes and get to the idea." New York-based, Australian-bred alto and baritone saxophonist Lisa Parrott seems to ...

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Lisa Parrott: Round Tripper

Read "Round Tripper" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


More than ten thousand miles separate New York and Australia, but saxophonist Lisa Parrott's music bridges that gap. On Round Tripper, the Australian-born, New York-based Parrott makes music that speaks to her connections to both locales and the bonds that she's made in both places over the years. Round Tripper finds Parrot working ...


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