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King

Label: WJF Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: King; I; The Defender of Time; Phantasm; II; The Opposition; III; Kiss of Death; Stars.

Ghost

Label: WJF Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: versus; Ghost; Dr Doom; Nemesis; Eye of the Beholder; Boogie Monsters of Swing; (N).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tim Kuhl: King

Read "King" reviewed by Troy Collins

An excellent example of post-modern musicianship, drummer Tim Kuhl has led a diverse career since relocating to New York City in 2003. A classically trained percussionist, he has held a steady residency in the East Village with his jazz ensemble and played with a slew of rock bands, including The Izzys, The Junkman Band, Less Than ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tim Kuhl: Ghost

Read "Ghost" reviewed by Elliott Simon

This sextet, put together by drummer Tim Kuhl for his debut, has a big sound while also incorporating unique voices. Most specifically, trombonist Rick Parker and guitarist Nir Felder combine to differentiate this release from the rest of the pack by broadening the sonic palette in a way that adds surprising twists to strong compositions. Saxophonist ...

Ghost

Label: WJF Records
Released: 2008

Finding Space

Label: WJF Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: McKibbin; Nervous Energy; Lost in the Woodshed; Three Steps From Village A; Gavin's Prelude; Roots; Finding Space; Euro Ring.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rick Parker Collective: Finding Space

Read "Finding Space" reviewed by Troy Collins

New York-based trombonist Rick Parker follows up his 2004 debut New York Gravity (Fresh Sound New Talent) with Finding Space, a winning combination of lyrical writing, intricate arrangements and spirited improvisation. Winner of the 2005 ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award, Parker has proven his mettle as an up-and-coming writer, and it is his composing and arranging ...

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Rick Parker Collective: Finding Space

Read "Finding Space" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

You gotta love a good album cover, even if a photo of a big goofy-looking dog has nothing to do with the music. But why not--Matt Jorgensen did it with Hope (Origin Records, '04), and there was some first-rate modern-leaning stuff on that disc. The same goes for the Rick Parker Collective's Finding Space.Parker ...


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