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Stephen Gauci Trio: Substratum

Read "Substratum" reviewed by Stuart Broomer

Perhaps no combination of instrument and style carries the predictability of the free jazz tenor saxophone and it's to Stephen Gauci's abiding credit that he manages both to embody a tradition and refresh it at every turn. The over-the-top blowout is, of course, part of Gauci's vocabulary. Eventually it will all show up: mystical yipping onslaughts, ...

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Stephen Gauci: Long Night Waiting / First, Keep Quiet

Read "Stephen Gauci: Long Night Waiting / First, Keep Quiet" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It's a rare pleasure to hear a musician warming up their instruments preceding a live performance. How magical to eavesdrop on a saxophonist breathing out unaccompanied scales and unguarded creative lines in an empty club as the notes echo off the walls. Stephen Gauci Trio Long Night Waiting Cadence 2005 ...

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Stephen Gauci Trio: First, Keep Quiet

Read "First, Keep Quiet" reviewed by Derek Taylor

Cadence kingpin Bob Rusch has a reputable knack for putting his faith and funds toward the promotion of unsung saxophonists. Stephen Gauci is the latest in a formidable line that includes Ernie Krivda, Avram Fefer, James Finn, and Bill Gagliardi. But Gauci's story is a bit different from the others. In addition to the usual obstacles ...


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