Lyn Horton

Lyn Horton

The physics of how unsung words and music become sensible in the act of listening lies both in the form and the content of the recording, Phenomena of Interference
The trio of Paul Motian, Joe Lovano and Bill Frisell on this recording is the same trio on I Have the Room Above Her on ECM put out early in 2005. It is merely …
Having known Mat Maneri’s music fairly well for quite awhile, I was taken aback by the diversification of instrumentation embodied within this recording as well as the i…
When we live our lives, we automatically subject ourselves to every level of existence. How we finally interact with those levels is always in question. Sometimes we do …
Exercising both the inside and outside of the piano means that you are dealing with the entire instrument. It means that you are dealing with all of the piano’s dynamics…
Someone once declared that attitude is everything. That aphorism applies to this recording. Every track starts with an honest approach. What each brings to mind i…
Pianist Steve Lantner has assembled a terrific twosome to complete his trio, in Joe Morris on bass and Luther Gray on drums. Listening to this recording is like f…
The listening experience of this first ArtistShare recording is quite wonderful. Bloom’s leads on soprano sax are jewel-like. Her playing transports me to a heavenly pla…
Groundtruther’s Longitude is a logical extension of Latitude released in 2004, not only metaphorically, but also musically. The latter is grounded; the…
William Parker is a story-teller, both musically and verbally. Sometimes, one language interprets the other. And in the interpretation, the two still work together. It i…
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