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Totally Spinning

Label: Atavistic
Released: 2006

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Totally Spinning

Label: Black Saint
Released: 2006
Track listing: Let's Go Totally Spinning; Stiction; Radar 11/19/01; Cuernavaca Starlight (For Charles Mingus); Kick It; It's a Journey, Not a Destination; Preshrunk; Radar, Version 731.

Album

Totally Spinning

Label: Black Saint
Released: 2006
Track listing: 01. Let's Go Totally Spinning (Raskin) - 08:08; 02. Stiction (Adams) - 06:35; 03. Radar 11/19/01 (Rova) - 04:02; 04. Cuernavaca Starlight for Charles Mingus (Adams) - 07:54; 05. Kick it (Frith) - 03:40; 06. It's a Journey, not a Destination (Rova) - 15:49; 07. Preshrunk (Adams) - 05:37; 08. Radar, version 731 (Rova) - 08:11.

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Article: Album Review

Rova: Totally Spinning

Read "Totally Spinning" reviewed by Jeff Stockton


Depending on your preference among saxophone quartets, Rova (comprised of Larry Ochs, Jon Raskin, Bruce Ackley and Steve Adams) and the World Saxophone Quartet would have to rank numbers 1 and 1A. Rova has always been perceived as the more avant-garde of the two, more prone to explorations of abstract sound, closer in spirit (and practice) ...

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Rova: Totally Spinning

Read "Totally Spinning" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Se il World Saxophone Quartet, forse il più popolare delle formazioni di soli sassofoni, è da sempre il miglior esempio dell’anima black della musica afro-americana, con i suoi forti legami al blues, al gospel e alla church music in generale, Rova, fin dalla nascita avvenuta nel 1977, incarna il prototipo della formazione d’avanguardia, sperimentale e intellettuale, ...


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