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All Versus All

Label: Transparent Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Intro; Enticer; Himmel; All Versus All; Radicalized; Mavericks; Technology; In Strength; Hold Out.

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Wasteland: All Versus All

Read "All Versus All" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

The New York/London duo of Toby Reynolds (DJ Scud) and Craig Willingham (I-Sound) generates a space-rock vibe on All Versus All that judiciously parallels the album's title. The music provides lucid semblances of an interminable void, anchored by layered electronics and often dappled with hallowing background treatments. The set is largely vibrant, due to ...

Raw

Label: Transparent Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1} Ducktones: 12:57(Edwards) 2} A Beautiful Intuition 15:37(Edwards) 3} Alone Together 11:54(Dietz and Schwartz 5} Tell Me A Bedtime Story 10:27 (Hancock) 4) A Brooklyn Love 15:04 5} Tell Me A Bedtime Story

Release The Day

Label: Transparent Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Thirty Three, Reciprocal Night, Obatala, Chaos Lento, Release The Day, No Go Die, Tanzanian Folk Melody, Daria

Future2Future

Label: Transparent Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Wisdom 2. Kebero Part I 3. The Essence 4. This Is Rob Swift 5. Black Gravity 6. Tony Williams 7. Ionosphere 8. Alphabeta 9. Be Still 10. Virtual Hornets 11. Kebero Part II

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Herbie Hancock: Future2Future

Read "Future2Future" reviewed by David Adler

The term “electronica" wasn’t in use back in the day of “Rockit," but surely the Herbie Hancock/Bill Laswell team laid a lot of the groundwork for the genre’s emergence. By now, of course, dance music and DJ culture have had a considerable impact on the jazz scene. With Future2Future, Herbie joins the fray, reuniting with Laswell ...

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Barney McAll: Release The Day

Read "Release The Day" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Having performed music throughout his entire career that started in his teens--and mostly in his native Australian continent in conjunction with singer Vince Jones--keyboardist Barney McAll has absorbed numerous influences to develop his own style. Now at the age of thirty-three--and “Thirty Three” happens to be the title of the first track on Release The Day ...

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Barney McAll: Release The Day

Read "Release The Day" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Having performed music throughout his entire career that started in his teens--and mostly in his native Australian continent in conjunction with singer Vince Jones--keyboardist Barney McAll has absorbed numerous influences to develop his own style. Now at the age of thirty-three--and “Thirty Three" happens to be the title of the first track on Release The Day ...

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Mark Whitfield: Raw

Read "Raw" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Mark Whitfield, aka “Quick Pick"(as known to fellow musicians) is often cited as being one of the strongest voices on guitar in the jazz mainstream today. His new album “Raw" on the Transparent label is firm testimony to this view and is a must-hear live album, not only for the guitar chops therein but for the ...


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