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Trigonometry

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Trigonometry; Cluster Funk; Slippery; Nucleus; Miss Ann; Sketch; Mood Swing; Labyrinth; Combat; Micro Gravity.

Trigonometry

Label: Posi-Tone Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Trigonometry; Cluster Funk; Slippery; Nucleus; Miss Ann; Sketch; Mood Swing; Labyrinth; Combat; Micro Gravity.

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Jacam Manricks: Trigonometry

Read "Trigonometry" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

The reason that there is seldom a wrong note played by Jacám Manricks on Trigonometry is that notes, phrases and the spiraling flow of seemingly unending lines appear to be so extremely well thought-out that nothing could possibly sound out of place. To hear the saxophonist play in soft, dulcet tones that occupy the paler colors ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jacam Manricks: Trigonometry

Read "Trigonometry" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Jacám Manricks is a rich-toned saxophonist and composer with a growing body of original tunes--Trigonometry appears hot on the heels of the self-released Labyrinth (Manricks Music Records, 2009). The New York based musician has allied himself to a strong ensemble of players who happily take on the challenge of Manricks' compositions and invest them with some ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jacám Manricks: Trigonometry

Read "Trigonometry" reviewed by Mark Corroto

There is a snap to the music of saxophonist Jacám Manricks' music that calls to mind the invention of bebop with it's fidgety energy. Without looking backwards, this recording re-invents that atmosphere of bop animation. After self-releasing Labyrinth (2009), he returns with a stellar cast of players that includes his quartet of Gary Versace ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jacám Manricks: Trigonometry

Read "Trigonometry" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

This album, like the branch of math where it gets its names, deals with angles and relationships from different sides. Saxophonist/composer Jacám Manricks enjoys creating some rhythmic friction--using different combinations of instruments and musicians within his group--while also treating each piece like a fresh canvas, ready to be turned into high art. His pleasing and pure-toned ...

Trigonometry

Label: Okka Disk
Released: 2002
Track listing: Disc One: Awake Nu/ The Thing/ Brown Rice/ Good-bye Tom B./ Lift. Disc Two: East Broadway Run Down/ Elephantasy/ Awake Nu//Take the Coltrane/ Brown Rice/ Red and Black/ Love Cry/ The Thing.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

DKV Trio: Trigonometry

Read "Trigonometry" reviewed by Derek Taylor

‘Free jazz’- a signifier both lionized and demonized depending on the audience and the inclination. Its exact definitions are as protean as the tides but in the grand tradition of giving personage to the abstract few better archetypes exist than the DKV Trio. Ostensibly fronted by Ken Vandermark, a transplanted Bostonian whose Chicago roots now run ...


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