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The Dogon Duo

by The Dogon Duo

Recorded in a small cathedral at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, the Dogon Duo represents 20 years of collaboration between tenor saxophonist Andrew Lamb and drummer/percussionist Warren Smith.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Shanty House
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2. Mirage
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3. Dogon
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Album Notes
Andrew Lamb: Tenor sax, flute, recorder, mismar & bottles.
Warren Smith: Drums, balophone, whistle

Originally recorded in 2005 and remixed and remastered in 2013, Lamb and Smith explore all sorts of moods and instrumental combinations in this reverberating duo session.

Eugene Chadbourne writes about Warren Smith at AllMusic: This tasteful and disciplined New York based drummer and percussionist has a long history of pitching in on various masterworks, from the recordings of soul queen Aretha Franklin to the avant-garde saxophone maverick and fascinating composer Sam Rivers.

Tenor saxophonist Andrew Lamb is capable of screaming like a full-blooded free jazzer, but more often than not he prefers to work a high-energy middle ground between bop and the avant-garde, in terms of both tone and harmony (AllMusic).


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