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This trio came together for a house party concert series in Chicago, featuring Caroline Davis on saxophone and vocals, Jeff Swanson on guitar, and Charles Rumback on drums. As a bassless trio, the music has a certain weightless quality to it. All the members of the group compose original pieces for the band, creating the sound for their debut album, "This World and One More" Caroline Davis is a saxophonist and vocalist currently living in New York. She has shared the stage with jazz greats Matt Wilson, Ellis Marsalis, Bobby Broom, Dennis Carroll, Von Freeman, and Tom Garling. She also finds a creative outlet performing in Chicago-based world music group Fatbook, hip- hop group Deep Fayed, and folk-Americana group Orso. Charles Rumback is a Chicago-based drummer known for his work as a collaborator with Colorlist and Stirrup

Whirlpool

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Disc 1: (Re)new; (Back)water;(Un)seen; (Dis)similarity; (For)gone; (Inter)relate; (Some)where; (En)folded; (Over)tonal; (En)circle; (Two)fold; (Pre)text. Disc 2: (Over)taken; (Well)spring; (Under)standing; (Wide)spread; (Re)set; (Some)what; (Re)animate; (Sub)stance; (Un)likely; (Up)ended; (For)see.

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Alister Spence: Whirlpool

Read "Whirlpool" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Australian jazz pianist and composer Alister Spence has led his own trio for twenty years, picking up regional ARIA best jazz album nominations for Flux (2003), and Mercury (2006), both on the Rufus label. Spence has led the ensembles Clarion Fracture Zone and Wanderlust and was an early member of the Australian Art Orchestra. He is ...

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A focus of the ears&eyes record label

Read "A focus of the ears&eyes record label" reviewed by Bob Osborne

This time around we focus on the excellent ears&eyes record label with a selection of brand new releases and music from their wonderful back catalogue Playlist Sebastián Greschuk “Lluvia Eterna" from Paisaje (ears&eyes records) 00:00 Alex Filip “Maebi" from El equilibrio secreto de las cosas (ears&eyes records) 07:19 Matthew Golombisky's Cuentos “Cuento #15" from ...

Dancing on the Inside

Label: ears&eyes Records
Released: 2016
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ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Whirlpool with Ron Miles: Dancing on the Inside

Read "Dancing on the Inside" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Venerable cornetist Ron Miles sat in with the core bass-less trio, Whirlpool during a 2013 live performance at a music venue in the hornist's hometown, Denver CO in 2013. As the story goes, this union resulted in synergistic output, leading to Dancing on the Inside. Guitarist Jeff Swanson advises that the “The music was written specifically ...

This World and One More

Label: ears&eyes Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Freedom Waves Flotilla; Dreamliner; Raysh and Jonah; Dragons in Denver; Whirlpool; Spark; Herb and Dolores; K-150; That Day.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Whirlpool: This World and One More

Read "This World and One More" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The collaborative Chicagoan trio Whirlpool aims to eliminate the boundaries between composition and improvisation. Its musicians--alto saxophonist Caroline Davis, also a vocalist who performs world music, hip-hop and folk-Americana; drummer Charles Rumback, a member of Colorist and collaborator of cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm and guitarist Jeff Swanson- -are versatile musicians, leaders of their own outfits. ...

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Freedom Waves Flotilla

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Label: ears&eyes Records
Released: 2013
Duration: 6.10

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Whirlpool with Ron Miles

Featuring the music of Whirlpool
Duration: 37:10

Whirlpool @ Dazzle Jazz On September 18th, 2013. Caroline Davis - vocals & saxophone Jeff Swanson - guitar Charles Rumback - drums Special guest, Ron Miles - trumpet

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