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Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Horizontal Fall (for Han Bennink); The Prophet; Red Cross (for Elvin Jones); Medium Cool (for Paul Lovens); Enlightenment; Togo; Side Car (for Tony Williams); Slate (for Paul Lytton); One Down, One Up; Love Cry; House Party Starting.


Sound in Action Trio: Gate

Read "Gate" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Nuovo capitolo discografico [la registrazione però risale al 2003], tra le tante formazioni in cui Ken Vandermark distribuisce le proprie idee, per il trio Sound In Action, che già aveva colpito nel segno nel 1999 con il precedente Design in Time: la formula è quella - abbastanza inconsueta - della triangolazione fra sassofono [o clarinetto] e ...


Sound In Action Trio: Gate

Read "Gate" reviewed by Nic Jones

Yes, yes and thrice yes. That's one for each member of this reed and drums trio, as the music is so democratic that leaving anyone out would be an affront, especially when it evokes the spirits at the same time as it celebrates the timeless virtues of musical character. One of the drummers is Robert Barry, ...


Sound In Action Trio: Gate

Read "Gate" reviewed by Troy Collins

Gate is the second release by the Sound In Action Trio, yet another of multi-instrumentalist and composer Ken Vandermark's many ensembles. Unique among his many intriguing groups, the lineup consists solely of Vandermark and two drummers, each from a very different background. Tim Daisy, the resident drummer in the Vandermark 5, shares duties with drummer Frank ...


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