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Michael Formanek Elusion Quartet: Time Like This

Read "Time Like This" reviewed by John Sharpe

Bassist Michael Formanek has become a major presence on the NYC scene over the last decade, both as a forward-looking bandleader and a sideman. His two small-group offerings, The Rub And Spare Change (2010) and Small Places (2012), both on ECM, were justly feted and lead to the acclaimed big-band set The Distance (2016) by his ...

Time Like This

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Down 8 Up 5; Culture of None; A Fine Mess; This May Get Ugly; The Soul Goodbye; That Was Then; The New Normal.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Michael Formanek Elusion Quartet: Time Like This

Read "Time Like This" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

In the olden days of jazz, an album consisting of trailblazing instrumentalists akin to these performers may have been billed as Michael Formanek and his All-Stars instead of a band moniker. Nonetheless, the Elusion Quartet lives up to preconceived or implicit expectations. Consequently, the heavyweight lineup imparts an abundance of mood-eliciting and symmetrical works, along with ...


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