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Matthew Shipp Trio: The Conduct of Jazz

Read "The Conduct of Jazz" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Influential progressive jazz pianist/improviser, Matthew Shipp boasts an extensive discography as a group leader, soloist and in-demand session artiste. During the past three decades he's amassed an immense discography amid his affiliations with like-minded musicians representing the USA and Euro-jazz circuits. On this piano trio date, Shipp exemplifies to a very high degree, his uncanny knack ...

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The Conduct of Jazz

Label: Thirsty Ear Recordings
Released: 2015
Track listing: Instinctive Touch; The Conduct of Jazz; Ball in Space; Primary Form; Blue Abyss; Stream of Light; The Bridge Across.

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Matthew Shipp Trio: The Conduct of Jazz

Read "The Conduct of Jazz" reviewed by John Sharpe


A glance at pianist Matthew Shipp's discography reveals that small group work has long been a focus. Indeed in recent times one of the prime outlets for his artistry is his classic piano trio, which ranks among the pre-eminent outfits in modern jazz. The Conduct Of Jazz represents Shipp's twelfth release in the format. Although there ...

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Matthew Shipp Trio: The Conduct of Jazz

Read "The Conduct of Jazz" reviewed by Troy Collins


One of today's foremost pianists, Matthew Shipp has demonstrated the breadth of his artistry in numerous settings over his three decade career, including genre-defying electro-acoustic experiments. Recent years have found him narrowing his focus to concentrate on intimate acoustic efforts however, especially in one of the jazz tradition's most venerable formats--the classic piano trio.


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