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Urban Folklore

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Apophis; The Tale of Debauchery; Room 545; Mo-Joe; What Emptiness Can Do; Locked Up; Living on the Minimum; I'm Vibing You; Washington Generals.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Thomas Marriott: Urban Folklore

Read "Urban Folklore" reviewed by Stefano Merighi

Il quartetto di Thomas Marriott in questione rappresenta una bella sintesi del jazz americano: Marriott da Seattle, Eric Revis californiano, Orrin Evans erede della scuola di Philadelphia, infine Donald Edwards da New Orleans. Ma le origini non condizionano più di tanto una musica ecumenica, che vive sulla brillantezza tecnica, su un “esperanto" jazzistico che, se poco ...

Urban Folklore

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Apophis; The Tale Of Debauchery; Room 547; Mo-Joe; What Emptiness Can Do; Locked Up (Theme from "The Shot Caller); Living On The Minimum; I’m Vibing You; Washington Generals.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Thomas Marriott: Urban Folklore

Read "Urban Folklore" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Nothing has hit quite as hard as recent music from the trio of pianist Orrin Evans, bassist Eric Revis and Drummer Donald Edwards. The three musicians seek out (or probably are sought by) collaborators of equal weight and energy. It is not surprising that this recording of nine compositions, led by trumpeter and Seattle native Thomas ...


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