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by Nels Cline Trio

Avant-garde guitartist Cline roams freely on guitar, in this trio setting. Freaky looping, dissonant shards of notes, punkie speed metal rave-ups, delicate storms of sound, played with intense emotion & abandon.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Cropped
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2. A Sudden Interest
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3. Beer Bottle Collection
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4. Tent City
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5. The Divine Homegirl
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6. Rumpus Room/Rift (Live Boot)
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7. Ribbed
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8. Stela For Jefferson
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Nels Cline
(b. Queen Of Angels Hospital, Los Angeles CA 01/04/56)


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Teresa Gilman

The music goes straight to the solar plexus and stirs things up.
I played this while I was at a friend's house over the weekend and it inspired a poem. Which gave me a nice break from working on the mss. of my third book. Great CD.

Rachel

This album is amazing!
I this this album sums up Nels Cline from beginning to end. It is one of my favorites!!!! What a ground breaking album for the fusion scene in the mid 90's. It does not sound like cheesy prog jazz like most stuff did in the 80's-early 90's for improv type of bands. I love this album, check it out!!!