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Principle Hope

Label: Sublingual Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: I- Awakening (5:35) II- Spirit of Hope (4:44) III- New Flakes on Dirty Snow 4:02) IV- M.S. Darling (7:23) V- Danse de la Liberte (6:33) VI- Schone Tone (bass and clarinet duet (3:42) VII- The Many and the Few (5:12) VIII- Atlantis by Sine Wave (violent and drum duet (5:22) IX- Weight of the World (3:52) X- A Prayer in the Universal Language (7:39) XI- Live at the Tremont Theatre (4:07)

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Carter/Cook/Kowald/LaMaster: Principle Hope

Read "Principle Hope" reviewed by Richton Guy Thomas

Free jazz, like bebop, is complex intense playing with an emphasis on momentum. This is a simple description of the music that occupies a portion of Principle Hope. The venue where this music was performed is Boston's Tremont Theatre, a regular home for no-holds-barred open-ended jazz. The essential component of any free jazz performance is strong ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Carter-Cook-Kowald-LaMaster: Principle Hope

Read "Principle Hope" reviewed by Kurt Gottschalk

As skillful a horn player as he is, Daniel Carter isn't much of a conversationalist. He's proficient on sax, flute, clarinet and trumpet, but in general it's best if he's the only one touching the horns. Without speculating as to why, it's safe to say that Carter is best heard solo or backed by strings and ...

Strung

Label: Sublingual Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: String; Stroppy; Strumble; Straps; Struth; Stroke; Strumph; Straddle; Strip; Straw; Stretch; Strongo; Stromage; Strangle

Unearthing

Label: Sublingual Records
Released: 2002
Track listing: Crossing Guard; Mobile; Batique Space; Occultation; Then I Walked Further On; Code Gate; Impregnant; Crooked Mile; Triangular 1; Triangular 2; Plow.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

M3 (Miller x3): Unearthing

Read "Unearthing" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It's Miller Time. M3, a power trio of Millers, launches Unearthing with a frenzied full-on assault reminiscent of the heaviest heavy metal: guitar, bass and drums ablaze. The opening blast on “Crossing Guard" leads through attention-deficit territory, where members of the group regularly waylay themselves in pursuit of sparkling accents and crumbling free cascades. But the ...

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Jon Rose: Strung

Read "Strung" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Jon Rose, the Derek Bailey of the violin, is turning his attention to the possibilities of electronic manipulation of stringed instrument sound. A collaborator with the likes of Eugene Chadbourne, Bob Ostertag, Luc Houtkamp, Otomo Yoshihide, and Wayne Horvitz, Rose is a creative musician with plenty of humor on display. Strung is a co-conspiracy between Rose ...

Acoustiphobia, Volume 1

Label: Sublingual Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Disc One: Boston One; Boston Two; Boston Three; Boston Four. Disc Two: twenty sonic experiments by sMFA students.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ikue Marclay/Ikue Mori/Elliott Sharp plus sMFA students: Acoustiphobia, Volume 1

Read "Acoustiphobia, Volume 1" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Ironically, free improvisation often turns out to be a visual affair. In a theoretical sense, the idea of improv is purely musical: artists interweave personal threads to yield a mutual fabric of sound. But in practice, the listener often gains substantial understanding and insight from actually observing the musicians at work. Trading leads, reacting, and synergizing ...

Song of the Earth

Label: Sublingual Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: The Grand Entry; Red In The Rainbow; Song of the Earth; Sweet Moonlight Revelation; The Gates of Delight; Warrior's Lullaby; Silent Skies.


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