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South

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Out Beyond Ideas
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Out In Memory
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The Global Soul
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Leaving The Sea
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Von Joshua
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Traveler
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New York Nature
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Southpaw
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The Global Soul ( Reprise)
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Tangles Outcome
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South
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 70:46

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Great Lineup!

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D. Binney (as), C. Potter (ts), S. Colley (b), U. Caine (p), A. Rogers (g), B. Blade (d), and J. Black (d).

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New This Week: School of Seven Bells, Trust & More

By J. Edward Keyes, Editor-in-Chief

Man. There are just so many new records today. Also, I think about halfway through this, I developed carpal tunnel syndrome. Trust, TRST: Behind the year's worst album cover is one of the year's best records. Super goth, in all the right ways. Where my Apoptygma Berzerk fans at? Home crying? Cool. See you there. This one is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Barry Walters goes: Trust is danceable even if you're not stuck in a K-hole. Its tempos vary… more »

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The Compleat Uri Caine

By Kevin Whitehead, Contributor

Uri Caine personifies the postmodern musical impulse; he's recorded straight-ahead and not so straightahead jazz, funk, klezmer, Brazilian pop, turn-of-20th-century Tin Pan Alley songs and breathtakingly novel and diverse arrangements of 18th and 19th Century classics. Depending on the setting, he'll play grand piano, electric piano, their ancestor the pianoforte (as when wittily improvising on Beethoven's Diabelli Variations), harpsichord, organ, synthesizers - pretty much anything involving black and white keys. Most anyone else trying all… more »

They Say All Music Guide

The music on altoist Dave Binney’s set, which is comprised entirely of his originals (other than one free improvisation), is consistently intriguing. The post-bop solos, particularly those of Binney and tenor-saxophonist Chris Potter, are excellent but it is in the arrangements themselves, and in the way that the improvisations flow naturally out of the episodic frameworks that are most impressive. Although the overall results are logical, the frequently passionate music is quite unpredictable, with the forms evolving as much as the individual solos. Some doomsayers may claim that jazz has not evolved since the mid-1970s, but South is one of hundreds (if not thousands) of bits of evidence to the contrary. This is a set that will grow on listeners, keeping one guessing even after several listens. – Scott Yanow

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