Originally a side-project of douBt, this new electric jazz/rock trio is led by Tony Bianco (drums and loops), Michel Delville (guitar, bouzouki and live effects), and Belgian saxophonist, clarinetist and flutist Jordi Grognard.
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Catalog ID: MJR041
Squidco Product Code: 24473
Packaging: Cardstock gatefold foldover
Recorded on October 18th, 2010 by Sacha Symon at Dans Ma Cabne Studios, Liege, Belgium.
This is a USED (previously owned) item
Tony Bianco-drums, loops, percussion
Michel Delville-electric guitar, bouzouki, electronics
Jordi Grognard-tenor saxophone, bass clarinet, flute, bansuri, electronic tempura
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Previously played Squidco store copy, used for cataloging and samples, in excellent condition.
"Originally born as a side-project of douBt, this new trio led by Tony Bianco (on drums and loops) and Michel Delville (on guitar, bouzouki and live effects) also includes emerging Belgian talent Jordi Grognard on saxophones, bass clarinet and flute. "As Real as Thinking" is an amazing mix of fiery licks, catchy themes, telepathic rhythms, shamanic soundscapes and processed loops -- testifying to the band's compositional flair and extraordinary musicianship.
The music is meaningfully condensed -- consistently powerful without being overwhelming -- and will appeal to fans of progressive jazz, world music and rock audiences with an ear for the unusual. The CD sounds alternately groovy and meditative, trancy and punkish, modern and ethnic, cloudy and clear. It also features an explosive 18-minute duet between Bianco and Delville (guitarist also with MoonJune Recording artists' The Wrong Object) -- showcasing the musicians' seemingly boundless energy, and extraordinary capacity to listen to each other and improvise over insane chord, rhythm and time changes while handling live electronics."-Moonjune Records
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