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Stich Wynston

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Crazy Time

Label: Stubby Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Cat Walk; Makin' it Right; Have a Good One; Wandering Heart; Good Karma; Crazy Time; Even Demons Get the Blues; Turbulence; Let It Go; Blue Chameleon.

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Label: Stubby Records
Released: 2020
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Shape Shifter

Label: Mile High Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Shape Shifter; The Alchemist; Without a Trace; The Soulful Mr. Williams; Pedacinho do Brasil; New Bamboo; 3'n 2; Incandescence; Last Call.

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Scott Reeves Quintet: Shape Shifter

Read "Shape Shifter" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Scott Reeves' Shape Shifter could be called a standard live mainstream affair in that the tunes are, in part, vehicles for some stretching out by the soloists. But the sound slips out of the “standard" description, with its atmosphere of adventure and edgy energy, and an approach that more than hints at the avant-garde, in a ...

Album

Transparent Horizons

Label: TCB Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Outward Bound; I Think This Party's Over; Spiral Nebula; Evanescence; Caboose; Automatic Entry; Intergalactic Spheres; New One.

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Stich Wynston's Modern Surfaces: Transparent Horizons

Read "Transparent Horizons" reviewed by Robert R. Calder


The intro emerges as heavy bowed bass--buzzy, ominous, sustained. Suddenly there's a thunderstorm, rock drumming, electric guitar, and tenor saxophone. A synthesizer (seldom-used here) wails, but less than the guitar and saxophone, then makes bell sounds and more while the bass goes thudding and bells like a stag before things devolve into the slower, quieter space ...

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Modern Surfaces

Label: Buzz-Records
Released: 1999


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