Matthew Garrison | Shapeshifter Live 2010 - Part 1, Matthew Garrison Solo

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Shapeshifter Live 2010 - Part 1, Matthew Garrison Solo

by Matthew Garrison

Experimental solo performance by Matt Garrison in which he explores the uses of computers, pedals, composition and abstract improvisation to come up with unique textures and soundscapes.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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1. Life Burning Live 2010
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2. Changing Paths Live 2010
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3. Exchange Live 2010
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4:43 $0.99
4. Unity Live 2010
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5. Mirror Image Live 2010
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6. Family Live 2010
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7. Let Go Live 2010
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8. Izzy Live 2010
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Experimental solo performance by Matt Garrison in which he explores the uses of computers, pedals, composition and abstract improvisation to come up with unique textures and soundscapes.


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Steve Lawson

stretching things further every time...
I first heard Matt do his surround sound solo stuff back in 2004 - we were on the same bill at a festival in Detroit. It was amazing then, but to hear how far it has come is a wonder to behold. A lot of bass players are exploring new avenues and contexts for the instrument, but very few are doing so with the vision, focus and creativity that Matt displays here. A truly inspiring record.