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Triple Double

Label: Firehouse 12 Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Diving for Quarters; Blueberry Eyes; Hurry Home B/G; Pocket Pass; For Alan; Love and Protest; Decisive Shadow; Hurry Home M/T; Toasting the Mart; To Hours.

Triple Double

Label: Firehouse 12 Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Diving For Quarters; Blueberry Eyes; Hurry Home B/G; Pocket Pass; For Alan; Lover And Protest; Decisive Shadow; Hurry Home M/T; Toasting The Mart; To Hours.

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Tomas Fujiwara: Triple Double

Read "Triple Double" reviewed by John Sharpe

Drummer Tomas Fujiwara's dynamite new outfit Triple Double deploys the cream of the NYC scene in three instrumental pairings, a mini musical Noah's Ark if you will. Marching ahead are the trumpet and cornet of Ralph Alessi and Taylor Ho Bynum respectively, flanked by the twin guitars of Mary Halvorson and Brandon Seabrook, with Fujiwara bringing ...

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Tomas Fujiwara: Triple Double

Read "Triple Double" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

La più popolare delle forme musicali nordamericane -il blues -introdotta da due delle chitarre meno convenzionali in circolazione, disturbata da un paio di trombe che proprio canoniche non sono e da una coppia di poderose batterie che sostengono e il tutto. È questo l'incipit di Triple Double e i dieci minuti abbondanti di «Diving for Quarters» ...

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Tomas Fujiwara: Triple Double

Read "Triple Double" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Drummer Tomas Fujiwara is all over the progressive jazz map the past several years as a member of Thumbscrew with guitarist Mary Halvorson and bassist Michael Formanek amid support duties for poll-winning flutist Nicole Mitchell and a host of disparate projects and recordings. Here, Fujiwara assembles a double trio lineup, featuring Halvorson and other notables that ...

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Tomas Fujiwara: Triple Double

Read "Triple Double" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The ninety seconds of scattershot guitar nicks that introduce “Diving For Quarters" can be seen as something of a trial by noodling. If you make it through that rough and prickly patch mentally intact, you're in for a treat. Asymmetrical grooving in fifteen, puckered brass glances, winding horn melodies, and stormy ensemble assaults all follow as ...


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