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Subtle Disguise

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Red Cloud; Who Killed Davey Moore?; Subtle Disguise; Make Me Feel Like It's Raining; Rogues of America; Motherless Children; Safe and Sound (At the Edge of the Milky Way); Blondie Roundabout; A Little More Each Day.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joe Locke: Subtle Disguise

Read "Subtle Disguise" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Have we been dealing with two different Joe Lockes for all these years? To some, the vibraphonist presents as a technically adept and intellectually curious seeker, constantly pushing through to new levels of possibility and commitment with his music. But for others, Locke is a conduit to understanding the human condition. This is a dichotomy that ...

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Red Cloud

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2018
Duration: 7:38

NEWS: RECORDING

Joe Locke Discovers His Lingua Franca On Subtle Disguise

Joe Locke Discovers His Lingua Franca On Subtle Disguise

Available on November 16, 2018 from Origin Records CD Release Celebration: Nov. 17 @ Scullers, jny: Boston, MA For several years now vibraphonist/composer/bandleader Joe Locke has had two musical purposes: one, to speak in a vernacular which reaches people, and two, to continue challenging himself as a player, writer and arranger. In 2013 Locke ...


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