The Indiana collective Crazy Doberman in a 15-performer configuration including core members Tim Gick and Drew Davis, merging jazz and indescribable approaches to free improvisation with a mix of acoustic & electronic instruments, building their pieces from mysteriously cantankerous rumination to ecstatic grooves and much in-between.
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Label: Astral Spirits
Catalog ID: AS170
Squidco Product Code: 31164
Recorded at sans studio, rva, in October, 2020, by Tim Glick and Johnathan Kassalow.
Erick Van Ficken-performer
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Zach Rowden is a bassist and violinist from Richmond, Virginia now living in New Haven, Connecticut who works at Tri-Centric Foundation. He studied at University of Hartford. He is known for the group Tongue Depressor with Henry Birdsey.-Squidco 11/23/2021
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1. Five Ghosts Share A Chair On An Autumn Day In Siberia 02:07
2. The Repeaters 04:12
3. Murro Egg Robber Hero 01:12
4. As The Wind Winds Tightly 'Round The Loom 04:43
5. Inverted Pyramids Slowly Projected From The Firmament 06:26
1. A Place To Hide From The Rain 00:59
2. While The World Dries Out Around The Fire 03:03
3. Strange New Life Forms Emerge 05:26
4. The Past Haunts The Present 04:17
5. Cold Comfort In Memoriam 04:38
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"Crazy Doberman are an Indiana free-improvisation and jazz collective created in 2016 as an offshoot of the group Doberman, started three years before. Core members, including Tim Gick and Doberman cofounder Drew Davis, appear on many recordings, but Crazy Doberman's lineup is loose-it varies on each of the band's 40-plus albums and has featured dozens of musicians, among them Wolf Eyes' John Olson and percussionist Tyler Damon. While different albums have different flavors-This Land God Has Abandoned is all brooding mystique, while - / Haunted, Non / Haunted features some of their most acerbic electronics-there's a tightness and sustained energy on every recording. [...]"-Joshua Minsoo Kim, The Chicago Reader
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