Tag Archives: Free improvisation

The Cave Sounds Of We Are Ghosts

Whenever I’m recording in the studio, I play the best I can and leave the track as it is. I know it sounds obvious, but what I’m trying to say is that I only play two-three takes max, and leave … Continue reading

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Nels Cline/Tim Berne/Jim Blake’s The Veil – Something To Ease The Pain

I already mentioned how much and why I love Nels Cline so much. So I won’t go into this again. However I do believe that a new album by the maestro of electric guitar, who knows how to fusion jazz, … Continue reading

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The Free Improvisation of Solquest

I’ve never heard of Stefano Spataro, an Italian improve musician, not did I hear about his moniker Solquest, nor did I hear of the Nillacat records. But I am a Facebook friend of Monte Trent Allen from the wonderful band … Continue reading

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