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Bio Dyno Man - Dead Cat Bounce - Chance Episodes


2011
Label: Cuneiform Records - none • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •
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Saxophonists StecklerJared SimsTerry Gossand veteran Charlie Kohlhase cover the range from soprano to baritone, with some flute from the leader, supported by the incisive yet sensitive rhythm section of upright bassist Dave Ambrosio and drummer Bill Carbonewho never get in the way of those saxes in all of their glory.

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  1. Chance Episodes, the Cuneiform label debut from Matt Steckler’s Dead Cat Bounce, provides an earful for those drawn to the sound of saxophones harmonizing beautifully together -- and soloing with gusto -- without a lot of extraneous meztishakarlandanayaforcehammer.infoinfoonists Steckler, Jared Sims, Terry Goss, and veteran Charlie Kohlhase cover the range from soprano to baritone, with some flute from the 8/
  2. Saxophonist/composer Matt Steckler mentions "remembering things anew," when describing the music he wrote for Chance Episodes. Dead Cat Bounce certainly "remembers" several influences on its fourth album, yet its members recollect via their own unique voices. The Boston-based sextet munches on.
  3. Apr 01,  · Chance Episodes, an Album by Dead Cat Bounce. Released in September on Cuneiform (catalog no. RUNE ; CD). 5 Bio Dyno Man may be recorded (particularly on the percussive side), it may not do any composition justice. Such is the case with Dead Cat Bounce, who put on one of the most compelling, well-synchronized, yet playful /5(1).
  4. Combining a supremely agile multi-reed quartet with a lithe rhythm section, Dead Cat Bounce is anything but moribund on its Cuneiform debut, Chance meztishakarlandanayaforcehammer.infoinfo title is a bit of a misnomer as well, as the highly developed compositions—all written and arranged by saxophonist/woodwind multi-instrumentalist Matt Steckler —leave little to chance.. Originally commissioned by Chamber Music.
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  7. Matt Steckler, founder of and one of four saxophonists in Dead Cat Bounce, says the theme of Chance Episodes explores “memory’s haphazard way of bringing to the fore seemingly unrelated events, so that an episodic narrative is created, as if ‘by chance.'” Created on commission nine years ago.

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