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The Madness of Crowds

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Extraordinary Popular Delusions; You Never Know What's In The Next Room; The Slow Poisoners; There She Goes with Her Eye Out; South Sea Bubble; Haunted Houses; Does Your Mother Know You're Out?; Tulipmania; Hindsight Is Always 20/20.

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Ingrid Laubrock Sleepthief: The Madness of Crowds

Read "The Madness of Crowds" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Se non lo conoscete ancora appuntatevi il nome di Ingrid Laubrock. La sassofonista, compositrice, band leader tedesca trasferitasi in Inghilterra nell'ormai lontano 1989 e assidua frequentatrice della scena newyorchese, non sbaglia un colpo. Ogni album che licenzia mostra l'ennesima sfaccettatura della sua proteiforme visione musicale e si presenta con le sembianze di un piccolo gioiello. Non ...

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Ingrid Laubrock / Sleepthief: The Madness of Crowds

Read "The Madness of Crowds" reviewed by Nic Jones

As of The Madness of Crowds, saxophonist Laubrock, pianist Liam Noble and drummer Tom Rainey are one of the most rewarding bands out there. They were before, but now the clarity and depth of interaction in their music is enough to deepen that assertion, and when a signature sound also comes as part of the deal ...


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