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Catalog ID: ROG-003
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Packaging: Digipack - 3 panel
Recorded January 4-6, 2005 at Audio for the Arts, Madison, WI by Steve Gotcher and Buzz Kemper
Roscoe Mitchell-soprano, alto, tenor & bass saxophones, flute, piccolo, percussion
Corey Wilkes-trumpet, flugelhorn, small percussion
Jaribu Shahid-bass, electric bass, small percussion
Tani Tabbal-drums, percussion
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Art Ensemble of Chicago member with his own quintet presenting 14 original compositions.
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"Craig Marvin Taborn (/ˈteɪˌbɔːrn/; born February 20, 1970) is an American pianist, organist, keyboardist and composer. He works solo and in bands, mostly playing various forms of jazz. He started playing piano and Moog synthesizer as an adolescent and was influenced at an early stage by a wide range of music, including by the freedom expressed in recordings of free jazz and contemporary classical music.
While at university, Taborn toured and recorded with jazz saxophonist James Carter. Taborn went on to play with numerous other musicians in electronic and acoustic settings, while also building a reputation as a solo pianist. He has a range of styles, and often adapts his playing to the nature of the instrument and the sounds that he can make it produce. His improvising, particularly for solo piano, often adopts a modular approach, in which he begins with small units of melody and rhythm and then develops them into larger forms and structures.
In 2011, Down Beat magazine chose Taborn as winner of the electric keyboard category, as well as rising star in both the piano and organ categories. By May 2016, Taborn had released six albums under his own name and appeared on more than eighty as a sideman."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Craig_Taborn)
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