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Trio \ DEF

Label: TetraArtist
Released: 2015

Trio DEF

Label: TetraArtist
Released: 2015
Track listing: OmniMouse; BC-ing-ya; NEME (for Natasha); Vas-y; At Most, Spheric; JDJ (for Jake); Or Not.

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Trio DEF: Trio DEF

Read "Trio DEF" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Based in Canada, with members resident in Ottawa, Montreal and New York City, Trio DEF overcomes logistical hurdles to create some mighty fine guitar trio jazz and jazz-rock on their eponymous debut. Bassist Marc-Andre Drouin, a completely unfamiliar name to me, plays the plugged-in variant with the elasticity and warmth of an acoustic bassist. He is ...

The Double-Duo Sessions

Label: TetraArtist
Released: 2012
Track listing: Something Goes Wrong With The Silence; Unua; At Most, Spheric; Dua; Down Getup; Tria; BC-ing-ya (for Lorne Kelly); Kvara; JH al coda; Kvina; Eleventh Hourglass; Sesa; Sonata Form At All.

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Regals: The Double-Duo Sessions

Read "The Double-Duo Sessions" reviewed by John Kelman

It's been six years since guitarist Wayne Eagles released Milligan-Eagles Project (TetraArtist, 2005), a groove-heavy record that also featured Canadian bassist Mike Milligan and drummer Billy Kilson. Looking to try something a little different this time, the Ottawa, Canada-based musician turns to drummer T. Bruce Wittet--a long-time fixture on the Ottawa scene and an intuitive player ...

Milligan-Eagles Project featuring Billy Kilson

Label: TetraArtist
Released: 2005
Track listing: Skumk Theory; How's Never; Like Water; Improvisation 1; Exit Wounds; For the Love of Trains; Zone B; Improvisation 2; Plankton Comes Alive

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Milligan-Eagles Project: Milligan-Eagles Project featuring Billy Kilson

Read "Milligan-Eagles Project featuring Billy Kilson" reviewed by John Kelman

The word “considered" is not something one would usually associate with the fusion genre. All too often fusion players engage in a kind of demonstrative overplay that concerns itself far too much with technical virtuosity and considerably less with plain musicality. While Canadian bassist Mike Milligan and guitarist Wayne Eagles don't have the same recognition factor ...


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