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It's really hard to place what Tyrone Brown is trying to do or trying to accomplish. It's very obvious that Tyrone Brown loves swing, gypsy swing, as well as Sephardic m…
Who’d figure.... a jazz editor receiving a Christmas CD by Regis Philbin to review? Hmm.... well, maybe I’ll pop this bad boy in for a spin. After all, the jacket says t…
New Monsoon, a jam band with an impressive resume, exudes musicality with their latest release The Sound. A glissando on the organ jumpstarts the first track, "Journ…
Mitchell Froom Brings It All Back HomeA Thousand Days is a line from a Louie Pérez poem and the title of Mitchell Froom's third solo release. Froom …
I am glad to know that Christmas Is For Grownups Too. I never claimed to have grown up, just out, as in a larger belly, once I got into my mid forties. That is …
On their second release, Twenty For One, a cappella group Cadence continue to explore originals as well as time honored pop classics. Variety is the key to their exi…
As autumn winds clear a path to make its presence known and you look towards the skies watching the clouds roll by in rhythmic sequence rest assured that Tom & Joy are t…
Billed as an avant-garde, chamber-rock outfit and/or avant-garde Cabaret inflected punk unit, this New York City-based group’s manifesto features a morphing of East Euro…
Guitarist/vocalist Doug Wamble is something of an enigma, unless you’ve heard Mose Allison and/or Ray Charles. Then, it all becomes clear who/what Wambl…
24.04.2005

Lets HET by HET

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"Henry Cow" and "The Work" keyboardist/reedman Tim Hodgkinson performs solely on baritone sax during one track of this curiously interesting 1984 LP release, now reissue…