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Orgonomic Music

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The Weapon of Truth
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Krieselwelle
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Up The Entropy Slope
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Experiment XX
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Longing
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Dear Lord
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The Demise of Armored Man
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To The Children of the Future
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 42:44

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Orgonomic Music

OatmealMan

This is an early Jessica Williams recording and somewhat unusual in that it's a band recording including a second bass player, sax, trumpet, and guitar in addition to the core trio. It's a remarkable recording. When I first heard it many, many years ago it reminded most of Charles Mingus! If you're not familiar with Jessica's music, a better place to start might be THIS SIDE UP. But if you appreciate the incredibly high musical level on which Jessica operates and have other recordings, you won't want to miss this one. Musicians know about Jessica. I hope the broader public comes to recognize Jessica's incredible talent!

They Say All Music Guide

Pianist Jessica Williams’ fourth recording finds her taking a giant step forward. Utilizing a septet that includes trumpeter Eddie Henderson, tenor saxophonist Jim Grantham, guitarist Henry Robinett, both Kim Stone and Richard Saunders on bass, and drummer Dave Tucker, Williams is quite powerful on seven of her originals plus a reverential version of John Coltrane’s “Dear Lord.” This memorable effort is long overdue to be reissued on CD. – Scott Yanow