Way Out Northwest | The White Spot

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The White Spot

by Way Out Northwest

From the opening feints and jabs with arco bass and spattered percussion and guttural tenor groans and wails , the three launch into constantly shifting three-way interaction.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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This is an ensemble that leaps beyond a line-up laden with jazz history into spontaneous improvisation that eschews any sense of traditional roles with the aplomb that only comes to musicians with a finely honed sense of effortless collective invention. With compact improvisations, this session brings out the strength of the three as consummate listeners and group improvisers. There is a dynamic balance at play; knowing how to steer transitions, where to interject, when to drop back, how to move the collective flow, and how to bring things to definitive closures.


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