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Transmissions

Label: NCM East
Released: 2003
Track listing: Transmissions 1; In the Blood Again; Mention It; Blurred; Thousands; January; Albeit; Three Wheels; Ring True

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Tim Ziesmer Trio: Transmissions

Read "Transmissions" reviewed by Farrell Lowe

Transmissions instantly conveys a lyrical sense of warmth. Guitarist, composer, and group leader Tim Ziesmer harkens from the timbral school of Pat Metheny and former teacher Mick Goodrick. Indeed, his shimmering bell-like tone clusters and melodic sophistication suggest that he paid attention in class. Bassist Drew Gress and drummer Brook Martinez help make this trio come ...

Transmissions

Label: Eremite Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Connecting With The Divine; Lofty Flight; Root & Branch; Offering to the Exalted One; Soft Flowing Waters.

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Alan Silva and Oluyemi Thomas: Transmissions

Read "Transmissions" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Having come full circle, bassist Alan Silva returns to his roots on Transmissions. Silva's experience with seminal improvisers since the '60s has earned him a resume that reads like an international who's who of free improvisation. (Ironically, however, he has not received recognition proportional to his work.) Silva discovered electronics in the '90s and seized the ...

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Alan Silva & Oluyemi Thomas: Transmissions

Read "Transmissions" reviewed by Derek Taylor

The practice of harping long and loud on the lack of public notoriety or understanding afforded creative improvising musicians has become an almost customary tack in reportage of the music. A “resignation to obscurity” mindset prevails among many producers, listeners and even musicians that this is orphic status is simply their lot in life. Still the ...

Transmissions

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1999


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