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Triple Play with Dave Brubeck: Saratoga Springs, NY, June 10, 2011

Read "Triple Play with Dave Brubeck: Saratoga Springs, NY, June 10, 2011" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

Triple Play with special guest Dave Brubeck Skidmore College SaratogaArtsFest Saratoga Springs, NY June 10, 2011 The Brubecks are a family of fabulously talented musicians, starting of course at the top with father Dave, an American cultural icon. Among that brood is Chris, known for his talents as a bassist and ...


Label: Clean Feed Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Rastro 5 (for Emir Kusturica); Framinghammer; Two (for Joe Morris); Barker Waters; F-Stop (for Robert Frank); Bird, Field (gray); Hydro; Tilted (for Robert Pete Williams).


Tripleplay: Gambit

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Tripleplay is, as the name implies, a trio. Chicagoan Ken Vandermark and Bostonians Curt Newton and Nate McBride coalesced once before for Expansion Slang (Boxholder, 2000), and Gambit marks their outspoken return; it's a document of explicit and articulate musical prose. Not for the weak of heart, as is evident in several places, but more restrained ...

Expansion Slang

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2000


Tripleplay: Expansion Slang

Read "Expansion Slang" reviewed by Micah Holmquist

Ken Vandermark left Boston for Chicago in the fall of 1989 and the rest, you could stay, is history. The saxophonist has recorded extensively since then and become one of the most acclaimed and controversial —some doubt whether he deserves the praise- figures in the world of creative improvised music. He is a member of and ...


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