Max Johnson Trio | Elevated Vegetation

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Elevated Vegetation

by Max Johnson Trio

The 2nd release by bassist/composer Max Johnson, utilizing the amazing musicians Kirk Knuffke & Ziv Ravitz to create a an exciting debut by this innovative trio.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Blue Willie Max Johnson
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2. Money, Money, Money Max Johnson
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3. The Chirps of Imaginary Birds Max Johnson
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4. Crackdown Max Johnson
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5. Kersey Max Johnson
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6. Death Wish Max Johnson
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7. Meta Anylitical Procedures for Social Research Max Johnson
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8. Many Celebrations Max Johnson
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9. Bali H'ai Max Johnson
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This is the 2nd release by bassist/composer Max Johnson, and the first of his fantastic trio featuring cornettist Kirk Knuffke and drummer Ziv Ravitz.

"Their rendition of Abba’s “Money, Money, Money” provides a good illustration of the bassist’s thinking, with the almost unrecognizable low-key exposition providing the loosest of structures off which to hang a diaphanous improvisation. Elsewhere heads and riffs act as the anchor points on an otherwise sheer face of spontaneous interplay, with the airy “Death Wish” and the trumpeter’s angular “Meta Analylitcal Procedures for Social Research” particularly fine. Knuffke’s rumination against an almost subliminal tattoo introduces a heartfelt soliloquy from the bassist on Richard Rodgers’ “Bali H’ai” for a gentle close to an album whose depths repay longer acquaintance." - John Sharpe, The New York City Jazz Record.


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