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Tribal Ghost

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Tribal Ghost; The Queen of RA; Dark Matter; Llanto Del Indio.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tchicai - Kohlhase - Fewell - McBee - Hart: Tribal Ghost

Read "Tribal Ghost" reviewed by John Sharpe

Of all the collaborations in the later years of legendary reedman John Tchicai, some of the most fertile were in the company of guitarist Garrison Fewell, whether under the Dane's leadership like One Long Minute (NuBop, 2012) and Big Chief Dreaming (Soul Note, 2005) or in undocumented appearances with the guitarist's Variable Density Sound Orchestra. Joining ...

Tribal Ghost

Label: NoBusiness Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Tribal Ghost; The Queen of RA; Dark Matter; Llanto Del Indio.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tchicai - Kohlhase - Fewell - McBee - Hart: Tribal Ghost

Read "Tribal Ghost" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Late saxophonist John Tchicai's roots and influences emanated with the 1960s innovative free-jazz ensemble, The New York Art Quartet. He became a significant global artist in all things considered to be cutting-edge within the ever-expansive jazz vernacular. This 2007 concert, recorded at the New York City venue Birdland, features compositions by guitarist Garrison Fewell and one ...


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