Bryan Reeder Trio | Disagreements Vol. II

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Disagreements Vol. II

by Bryan Reeder Trio

The latest installment in the Disagreement series, Vol. II is engaging throughout, well executed and deliberate in its construction. If you are interested in jazz today, this is an album you will want to check out.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Collage I 'Attica'
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2. Remake - Sat Fired Spat Fire - Delay in Glass
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3. Collage II 'to the moon'
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4. Unself Portrait - Parallax of a Flat - Then into the Mud Slowly Sinking
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5. Collage III 'two rests'
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6. Lili Marlene - da. de. la. - Notes on Approaching the End
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7. Jupiter
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Album Notes
This latest release from the Bryan Reeder Trio is the second volume of the Disagreements series. Though the overall form of the album is similarly structured to vol. I, its idea is more successfully realized and executed here. It is an album that requires a complete, non-stop listen to fully appreciate. Though it is a contemporary jazz album, it stands apart or at a distance from the trends and typical sounds of jazz music today. Focusing on compositional variety, juxtaposition and collage, the trio carefully navigates deceivingly difficult musical objects and spaces, revealing a way forward of their own.


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professionial music for proffesional dancers
A Modern dance & Ballet company would love this music - and I say that whole-heartedly. You have Some great stuff going on. The talent on the piano and drums is very attractive to a choreographer so put yourself out their to the big companies to sell your music so they can dance. Any and all dance companies would love your music.