Friday, January 6, 2017
Sound Underground, Quiet Spaces
The compositions (by all three trio members) have a kind of genetic relation to the Giuffre classical-folk-jazz nexus. They are notable for their structural bent and memorability.
And the improvising schemas are well thought out like the Giuffre three-some's were.
But foremost in this is despite the genetic relationship the music does not really sound at all like Giuffre's did in those days. That's because it is so many years later and also because all three follow their own muses.
Put all that together and you have something very nice indeed. Check this out!