Jeb Bishop Trio | 2009

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2009

by Jeb Bishop Trio

2009 features trombonist Jeb Bishop's compositions for trombone, bass, and drums, performed by three of the best-known players on the contemporary Chicago scene. Melodic themes and plenty of space for open improvising in a jazz vein and beyond.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. 900
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2. Dusk
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3. Jacket Weather
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4. #3 (Cleo)
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5. Awomblyin'
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6. 11 Am Verti Marte
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7. Full English
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8. The Elliptical Blues
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9. Before and After
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10. The Lateness of the Hour
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11. Round Two
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Also featuring Chicago mainstays Frank Rosaly, drums, and Jason Roebke, bass. Critic Larry Kart says: "Fine as Bishop has always been -- with his burry tone and penchant for mutes, he might be described as a somewhat "out" cross between Bill Harris and Tricky Sam Nanton -- he's been getting better and better, thinking more melodically than in terms of "effects," and this record is SO damn good. One lovely, wry, gnarly piece after another, and the logic of his melodic thinking just sweeps me away. Also, the presence and clarity of the recording is exceptional."


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