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Fulminate Trio

by Fulminate Trio

Free flowing jazz involving drums, guitar, bass and electronics.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Floater
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2. Roadrunner/Coyote
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3. The Red One (pt.1)
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4. Sound Fear
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5. Tiger Variations
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"This daring trio of drummer Michael Evans, guitarist Anders Nilsson and in-demand free-jazz bassist Ken Filiano operates on a delicate, acute listening dynamic for half of this experimental ECM-ish program (particularly on Carla Bley’s ‘Floater’ and Nilsson’s ambient ‘Sound Fear’). But they are also capable of exploding with rock-fueled dissonance and bombast, as on Evans’ ‘Road Runner’. Filiano, a deep-toned anchor on upright, contributes extraordinary arco work throughout, while Evans shines in rubato situations, a la Paul Motian. And Nilsson is steeped in the renegade six-string tradition of Bill Frisell, David Torn, Terje Rypdal and Fred Frith.”-Bill Milkowski/Jazz Times May 2009


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