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Blacksberg, Daniel Trio (w/ Matt Engle & Mike Szekely): Perilous Architecture [VINYL] (NoBusiness)

Brooklyn trombonist Dan Blacksberg's and the powerful rhythm section of bassist Matt Engle (Shot X Shot) & drummer Mike Szekely (Anthony Braxton Quartet) in their 2nd NoBusiness release, performing compositions pushing the limits of the trombone while adhering to jazz roots.
 

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Daniel Blacksberg-trombone

Matt Engle-bass

Mike Szekely-drums


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UPC: 4779022075155

Label: NoBusiness
Catalog ID: NBLP76
Squidco Product Code: 19672

Format: LP
Condition: New
Released: 2014
Country: Lithuania
Packaging: LP
Recorded at Systems Two in Brooklyn, New York on November 16th, 2012 by Michael Marciano.

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"In the Dan Blacksberg Trio, the innovative and genre-defying trombonist brings an expansive and creative new vision to the cutting-edge jazz traditions of pioneers like Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, and Albert Ayler. The trio is celebrating the release of Perilous Architecture, their second album for Lithuanian-based NoBusiness Records. Blacksberg has penned a set of music that pushes at the technical and timbral limits of his instrument, opening up into far-reaching sounds worlds while maintaining a melodic rootsiness. Backed up by the powerful rhythm of Matt Engle (Shot X Shot) on bass, and Mike Szekely (Anthony Braxton Quartet) on drums, the Dan Blacksberg Trio creates a driving mixture of noise, chromatic lyricism, and everything in between."-NoBusiness


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Track Listing:



SIDE A





1. Arc Of Circling Bodies 2. Filament And Void

3. Roar Of Mankind

Side B



1. Scapegrace

2. Blind Tracery

3. Almost Negotiable

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