Eric Revis | Laughters Necklace of Tears

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Laughters Necklace of Tears

by Eric Revis

Amazing sophomore effort from Grammy-winning bassist.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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2. Assata
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3. O
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4. Suicide 4 Life
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8. In Tha Hick of Time
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Album Notes
Grammy award winning bassist with the Branford Marsalis Quartet releases his follow-up to the highly acclaimed “Tales of the Stuttering Mime” with “Laughter’s Necklace of Tears.”

Revis delves into the myriad of influences that have informed his development for many years. From the writings of surrealist Andre Breton, a brief excursion into the world of hillbilly music, to an adaptation of a Paul Hindemith Sonata. “Laughter’s Necklace of Tears” proves that both compositionally and instrumentally Revis’s trajectory into greatness is imminent.Eric is joined on his sophomore effort by a stellar group of forward thinking musicians.


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Georgia Lee

A great new disc by Eric, i love the previous one too. Thoughtful tunes & interesting soloists. Highly recommended.