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Kuzu (Dave Rempis/Tashi Dorji/Tyler Damon) Edit search Phrase match

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✨✧ Kuzu (Dave Rempis/Tashi Dorji/Tyler Damon)All Your Ghosts In One Corner ... CD
Aerophonic, 2020. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
We love the music of saxophonist Dave Rempis in just about any setting – but in recent years, the Kuzu trio has turned out to be one of Dave's greatest showcases for his talents – a really unique combo that features guitar from Tashi Dorji and drums from Tyler Damon – all coming together in ways that are very different than you might expect! Damon has this way of loosely making his way around the drum kit – almost circling it before an attack – while Dorji uses his guitar with a variety of styles – sometimes these loud single-line tones, often spaced out a bit, and sometimes completely abstracted into more distorted moments – as Rempis comes in with these focused, soulfully-blown lines that really hold the whole thing together! Dave blows alto, tenor, and baritone – and the set features material from two live performances in March of 2020 – titles that include "Year Of The Rat", "One Fell Swoop", and the three part "Scythe". CD

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✨✧ Kuzu (Dave Rempis/Tashi Dorji/Tyler Damon)Glass Delusion ... LP
Astral Spirits, 2021. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Kuzu is fast becoming one of the more compelling settings for the saxophone talents of the great Dave Rempis – as the blend of sounds here really sets things apart from other improvised combos, even though the elements are all very familiar! Tashi Dorji has a way of handling the guitar that creates lots of sharp edges and bold moments – much fiercer than the legacy of improvisers like Derek Bailey or Fred Frith – and really full-on at moments when the drums of Tyler Damon take off! Rempis is as deft at these moments as he is in some of the sparer, more open passages – blowing alto, tenor, and baritone on the two long tracks on the record – "It Simply Becomes Jammed" and "Gnash". LP, Vinyl record album

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