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Lyn Horton

Lyn Horton

It was almost exactly a year ago that I reviewed the concert of the Jus Grew Orchestra at UMass Amherst. That concert was recorded and SPIRIT HOUSE is the name of the CD, j…
With a driving guitar solo begins a startling collaboration between Wadada Leo Smith and Thomas Mapfumo. Leading their own instrumental groups, N'Da Kulture and The Blacks …
This is the third recording made by Trio X. And the third time is quite a charm. I cannot tell that it is taken from live sessions except for one brief applause splash in t…
With a driving guitar solo begins a startling collaboration between Wadada Leo Smith and Thomas Mapfumo. Leading their own instrumental groups, N'Da Kulture and The Blacks …
Out of France comes a recording by Eric Schultz and his full-bodied quintet that is pleasing, solid, educated. The Space and Time Ensemble has configured a traditionally or…
Physics is not a thing; it is the name of a science that analyzes the functions and occurrences of the physical world. Just as physics is not a thing, gravity is a universa…
With certainty is the assignment of titles to each part of the new AUM Fidelity release, LIFE CYCLE, by the Nommonsemble. As certain as is the determination of each of the …
Certainly many years ago, I would have not listened to one minute of these recordings. In fact, when I listened to them for the first time, I said out loud, "How can Joe re…
Mind set. Frame of mind. Instruments of choice. The dedication to the solvency of sound that Dominic Duval and Jason Kao Hwang have manifested is solid, strong, and extreme…
A group pulled together by multi instrumentalist, Chris Lockett, has produced TRANSCENDENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, establishing a real mark for a premiere performance on CD. There ar…