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by Bift

Improvisational Jazz Trio. Guitar, Drums, Saxophone
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Criminal BIFT
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2. Same Girl BIFT
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3. Police, the BIFT
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4. Petit nina in room I BIFT
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5. Petit nina in room II BIFT
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6. Chicken Feet BIFT
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7. Frogmouth BIFT
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8. Clockwise from BIFT
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9. Papa papa pa pa BIFT
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10. Pardon BIFT
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Album Notes
Sean Moran (guitar), Jason Wildman (drums) and Matt Glassmeyer (saxophone, buzzaphone and other miscellaneous sounds and samples) surgically drop convention in instrumentation and composition while piquing curiosity through ten tracks. The trio's unencumbered improvisation is the three-legged planchette that pulses around the Ouija Board, spelling out any number of calming to shocking results.


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Jiminy-H-friggin'-Chrismus these guys are awesome!!!!!!! This CD is suhhhhhh-weeeeeeeeeet! Oh, I wanna be one-tenth as great as this drummer, just one-twentieth as great. The songs are engaging, hypnotic, energizing. Great, fantastic......where did I put that darned thesaurus? I need more superlatives!!! The first track grabs you by your 'nads and doesn't let go. 9 of the 10 tracks are flawless (track 10 was ever-so-slightly annoying), but other than that, I haven't heard anything so close to perfection in so long.......I just can hardly type....I think I just soiled myself (again) thinking about this CD. Buy it. Buy it. I don't know these guys, but if I could quit my job, I'd be their water bottle tech or something....anything. I think I'm starting to have a seizure.............these guys are gods.


High Quality Jazzrock Fix!!!
Fans of Rypdal, Abercrombie, King Crimson and Scofield should dig this one. On track one Depraved Sax and Guitar smear up against each other recorded in well focused graphic detail. Same Girl is as haunting as some of the best ECM stuff. With this disc you can go in with high expectations and still catch a buzz. Petit Nina II sounds alot like I Love You More (Gil Evans/Tony Williams), but overall, this cd is in no way a rote regurgitation of influences. The recording has a beautifully tactile quality to it that (almost?) makes high end audio a worthwhile obsession. There's (apparently) alot of premeditated structure here that everyone used to set up arrow through the heart improvs. These guys are all fine players + really good listeners who have listened to some great stuff, (at least 4 sardonic head bobbing grins).