Bret Sexton | Ad Hoc II

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Ad Hoc II

by Bret Sexton

Avant-garde jazz/funk led by Bret Sexton and his electric saxophone.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Miff-muffered Moof
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7:06 album only
2. Pocketful of Kafka
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7:52 album only
3. Delphinium
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9:06 album only
4. Low-tech-know
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1:52 album only
5. Aubergine
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6:40 album only
6. Omswiass
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3:07 album only
7. Scoppio
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7:03 album only


Album Notes
This sophomore offering from electric saxophonist Bret Sexton continues the journey into deeper realms of driving riffs and innovative sounds.

On this effort, Bret teams up with keyboard whiz Dave Cieri and the inspiring young guitarist Dan Schwindt to produce some of the best contemporary acid-jazz around. Excellent compositions including "Miff-muffered Moof" and "Pocketful of Kafka" showcase the groups improvisational coherence and deep sense of groove; while the tracks "Omswiass" and "Low-tech-know" bring out Sexton's taste for electronic mayhem. The hip rhythm section combo of Sublett and Santucci provide the propulsive force that makes these tracks come alive.

Bret Sexton- electric saxophone
Dan Schwindt- guitar
Dave Cieri- keys
Tom Sublett- bass
Rich Santucci- drums


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Walter Kempton

I like the way it starts out...............
The sax sounds good, and the drums are right in there. The next set starts out slow and mellow, with the sax picking up in sound at times, kid of blating it out, while the drums keep a steady beat.

The sax runs in to a courus type getting loader and loader.

this next set is really slow and weird sounding. You can hear the piano, drums role, and the sax comming in with a low sound. There was a horn, but not sure if it was a coronet or not.