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Aquifer


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  • Mark Dresser Trio - Aquifer available on January 12 2015 from Base for 11.19
  • Aquifer available on March 12 2014 from Amazon for 8.96
  • UPC bar code 671860011125 ξ1 registered June 30 2018
  • UPC bar code 671860011125 ξ2 registered September 27 2014
  • UPC bar code 671860011125 ξ3 registered March 12 2014
  • Product category is MUSIC CD - CD - Jazz Audio
  • Manufacturered by Cryptogramophone

  • Product weight is 0.18 lbs.
Mark Dresser is a remarkably innovative bassist who has few equals in the downtown jazz scene. He's carved out this reputation through his work in Anthony Braxton's great quartet from the '80s and early '90s and through countless sideman gigs with just about everyone. Dresser's own music usually lands on the more cerebral end of the downtown jazz scene, integrating more of a modern classical edge. But he can swing his way through arching melodies, and isn't afraid to look to other cultures for musical inspiration either. Also featuring talented flutist Matthias Ziegler and inventive hyperpianist Denman Maroney, Aquifer is a fluid three-way conversation of avant-garde chamber jazz where the melodies and arrangements are angular while remaining organic. The music's tone ranges from the chilling title track to the jubilant "FLAC" to the bluesy "Modern Pine." Beautiful and sophisticated, Aquifer is nice effort from a great bassist and his crew. --Tad Hendrickson

References
    ^ Aquifer by Mark Dresser Trio (CD, Mar-2005, Cryptogramophone) (revised Jul 2018)
    ^ Mark Dresser Trio - Aquifer Base. (revised Jan 2015)
    ^ (2002). Aquifer, Cryptogramophone. Amazon. (revised Mar 2014)

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