Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley | From the Discrete to the Particular

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From the Discrete to the Particular

by Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley

Abstract, free improvisation by three masters of their craft. It is cooperative in every way
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Automatos Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley
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2. As Expected Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley
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6:56 $0.99
3. Bilocation Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley
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6:30 $0.99
4. Hieratic Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley
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11:34 $0.99
5. Membrane Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley
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6. That Mountain Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley
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7. Chums of Chance Joe Morris, Agusti Fernandez & Nate Wooley
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The tracks are pure improvisation, of-the-moment constructions of moods and fragments of feelings. From the skittering beginning of 'Automatos' through the ruminative probing of 'Bilocation', to the extemporaneous combustion found on 'Hieratic', the group's approach to improvisation and free playing covers a great deal of territory. Through all of the notes and approaches, all three of the musicians contribute equally, resulting in a cohesive set of sound and textures. Fernández's use of the whole piano creates a sonic blanket at times upon which Wooley may lay his notes down or perhaps puncture with pointed blasts. Morris' approach to the guitar, which at times may or may not include kitchen utensils and letter openers, contributes rhythmic figures and counter-melodies to the fierce rhythmic runs on the piano.




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