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Slammin' the Infinite

Label: CJR
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. With the Morning, Hope 2. East Village Meet and Greet 3. Box Set 4. Dresden Art Maneuvers 5. Slammin' the Infinite 6. Voices from the Asphalt 7. For Frank Lowe

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Steve Swell: Slammin' the Infinite

Read "Slammin' the Infinite" reviewed by AAJ Staff

By Ken Waxman A note from New York's Lower East Side underground, this fine session shows that the spirit of experimentation still shines brightly whether the sounds are called avant-garde, the new thing, or ecstatic jazz. Two Little Huey Creative Orchestra members, trombonist Steve Swell and reedist Sabir Mateen, are featured on ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Steve Swell: Slammin' the Infinite

Read "Slammin' the Infinite" reviewed by Brian P. Lonergan

Trombonist Steve Swell's latest album is an appealing free jazz set, by turns reflective and raucous. Swell's original compositions are brought to life by the animated playing of his quartet, which includes Sabir Mateen on reeds and flute, Matthew Heyner on bass, and Klaus Kugel on drums. The opening track of Slammin' the Infinite, “With the ...


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