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Tag Book

Label: ears&eyes Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. Convulsive 2. Equipoise 3. Ash Wednesday 4. We Left Green Briar Park 5. In the New Year

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Ash Wednesday

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Label: ears&eyes Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 7:10

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Charles Rumback: Tag Book

Read "Tag Book" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

One of this year's pleasant surprises has been the emergence of drummer Charles Rumback's trio with bassist John Tate and pianist Jim Baker. In fact, their debut, Threes, was so good that it immediately whetted the appetite for more. Who would have thought the wish would be fulfilled so soon? Tag Book is ...

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Charles Rumback Releases His Fourth Album As A Leader - "Tag Book"

Charles Rumback Releases His Fourth Album As A Leader - "Tag Book"

Summer in jny: Chicago began in 3/4 time. Charles Rumback, alongside comrades Jim Baker and John Tate, waltzed in June with Threes—an effortless debut culled from three nights on the burner at the artist-run venue on the forefront of new music, Constellation. The Chicago Reader took note of the trio’s improvisatory rapport stating “the cross talk is sublime and the refined melodic ...


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