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Shipp Trio, Matthew (Shipp / Bisio / Baker): New Concepts in Piano Trio Jazz <i>[Used Item]</i>
Shipp Trio, Matthew (Shipp / Bisio / Baker):
New Concepts in Piano Trio Jazz [Used Item]

(ESP -- USA )


Price: $10.25    




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The evolution of NY pianist Matthew Shipp's trio with bassist Michael Bisio and drummer Newman Taylor Baker reaches new heights in this implicitly lyrical album of spontaneous collective playing, eight improvisations warmly captured in the Park West Studios, showing the deep connection years of collaboration brings to their thoughtfully astute and imaginative playing.

Shipp Trio, Matthew (Shipp / Bisio / Baker): New Concepts in Piano Trio Jazz
Shipp Trio, Matthew (Shipp / Bisio / Baker):
New Concepts in Piano Trio Jazz

(ESP -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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The evolution of NY pianist Matthew Shipp's trio with bassist Michael Bisio and drummer Newman Taylor Baker reaches new heights in this implicitly lyrical album of spontaneous collective playing, eight improvisations warmly captured in the Park West Studios, showing the deep connection that years of collaboration brings to their thoughtfully astute and imaginative playing.

Tabbal, Tani Quartet (w/ McPhee / Bisio / Siegel): Intentional
Tabbal, Tani Quartet (w/ McPhee / Bisio / Siegel):
Intentional

(Mahakala Music -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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Drummer with some of the most significant of free jazz icons--Roscoe Mitchell, David Murray, Henry Threadgill, Anthony Braxton, &c.--Tani Tabbal's own trio with fellow New Yorkers Michael Bisio on bass and Adam Siegel on alto sax are joined by Joe McPhee on tenor sax, with compositions from each of Tabbal, Bisio and Joe McPhee, plus four collective improvisations.

Harding, Paul R / Michael Bisio / Juma Sultan: They Tried to Kill Me Yesterday
Harding, Paul R / Michael Bisio / Juma Sultan:
They Tried to Kill Me Yesterday

(ESP -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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An album of jazz poetry between long-time collaborator, bassist Michael Bisio and poet Paul r. Harding, with former Jimi Hendrix percussionist Juma Sultan joining on half of the tracks, for thirteen narrative poems and utterance that provide incisive observation on ourselves and our country, the bass and percussion weaving around expression that slams, swings, and pulls no punches.

McPhee, Joe Quartet +1 Kirk Knuffke: Keep The Dream Up
McPhee, Joe Quartet +1 Kirk Knuffke:
Keep The Dream Up

(Listen! Foundation (Fundacja Sluchaj!) -- Poland )


Price: $15.95    




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Long a fan of his music, NY trumpeter Kirk Knuffke joined with saxophonist Joe McPhee and his quartet of Christof Knoche (bass clarinet), Michael Bisio (bass) and Jay Rosen (drums), following Knuffke's wife's advice to "keep the dream up" as the quintet recorded a series of exceptional collective improvisations, one Knuffke compositions and at Knuffke's request, a poem/"Invocation" from McPhee.

Knuffke, Kirk / Michael Bisio: For You I Don't Want To Go
Knuffke, Kirk / Michael Bisio:
For You I Don't Want To Go

(NoBusiness -- Lithuania )


Price: $15.95    




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An extended, warm and lyrically rich conversation between New York cornetist Kirk Knuffke and bassist Michael Bisio, recorded in the Park West Studio in Brooklyn, comfortably adept and filled with accomplished technical skill, their dialog flows easily through a variety of moods and topics, a joyful convergence of adventurous playing that never leaves the listener behind.

Knuffke, Kirk Trio (w/ Bisio / Shipp): Gravity Without Airs  [2 CDs]
Knuffke, Kirk Trio (w/ Bisio / Shipp):
Gravity Without Airs [2 CDs]

(Tao Forms -- USA )


Price: $19.95    




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A mix of original compositions and collective improvisations from the NY trio of cornetist Kirk Knuffke, bassist Michael Bisio and pianist Matthew Shipp, in a double album of exemplary creative jazz from three players steeped in both tradition and forward-thinking approaches to improvisation, filled with spectacular playing from enthusiastic to introspective; a superb release.

Bisio, Michael Quartet (w/ Berger / Maneri / Dickey): MBefore
Bisio, Michael Quartet (w/ Berger / Maneri / Dickey):
MBefore

(Tao Forms -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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With the chamber-like orchestration of vibes and viola in the front line, the debut of bassist Michael Bisio's quartet with Karl Berger on vibes and sharing compositional credits, Mat Maneri on viola and Whit Dick on drums, is fueled by masterful improvisation and astute communication, an exemplary album of open-minded creative jazz executed with consummate skill.

Bisio, Michael / Matthew Shipp: Flow Of Everything
Bisio, Michael / Matthew Shipp:
Flow Of Everything

(Listen! Foundation (Fundacja Sluchaj!) -- Poland )


Price: $15.95    




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The third duo album focusing on the relationship between the bass and piano interplay of New York improvisers Michael Bisio and Matthew Shipp, whose long relationship as collaborators, particularly in the Matthew Shipp Trio and Quartet, afford them a nearly telepathic compatibility in their work together, heard in nine detailed recordings of superb dialog.

Bisio, Michael / Kirk Knuffke Duo: Row for William O.
Bisio, Michael / Kirk Knuffke Duo:
Row for William O.

(Relative Pitch -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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New York bassist Michael Bisio pays tribute to his teacher William O. Smith in this tremendous duo with cornetist Kirk Knuffke, in a beautiful mix of lyrical playing and heavy technical skills made to sound remarkably simply; a joyful and profound jazz album.

Shipp, Matthew Chamber Ensemble: The Gospel According to Matthew & Michael
Shipp, Matthew Chamber Ensemble:
The Gospel According to Matthew & Michael

(Relative Pitch -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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Frequent collaborators, Matthew Shipp (piano) and Michael Bisio (bass) are joined by fellow Downtown New Yorker Mat Maneri on viola create what they refer to as a chamber ensemble, performing the 15 improvised and inspired chapters of Shipp & Bisio's "Gospel".

Shipp, Matthew Trio: Root Of Things
Shipp, Matthew Trio:
Root Of Things

(Relative Pitch -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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Pianist Shipp's long-standing trio with bassist Michael Bisio and drummer Whit Dickey, complex and inspired compositions that makes modern creative approaches to jazz beautifully accessible and essential.

Davidson, Scott with Shipp / Shorter / Bisio / Dickey: Dreamland
Davidson, Scott with Shipp / Shorter / Bisio / Dickey:
Dreamland

(NO LABEL -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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Percussionist Scott Davidson, whose music is informed by jazz, classical Indian and Middle Eastern music, teamed up with pianist Matthew Shipp, bassist Michael Bisio, drummer Whit Dickey and reedist Lloyd Shorter for this album of world encompassing and rhythmic jazz.

Perelman, Ivo / Matt Shipp / Michael Bisio / Whitt Dickey: The Edge
Perelman, Ivo / Matt Shipp / Michael Bisio / Whitt Dickey:
The Edge

(Leo Records -- UK )


Price: $15.45    




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A quartet session led by saxophonist Ivo Perelman, with pianist Matthew Shipp, drummer Whitt Dickey and bassist Michael Bisio performing 9 works penned by Perelman, succinct and superb NY jazz.

Bisio, Michael / Matt Shipp Duo: Floating Ice
Bisio, Michael / Matt Shipp Duo:
Floating Ice

(Relative Pitch -- USA )


Price: $13.95    




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NY bassist Michael Bisio and pianist Matthew Shipp continue their collaborations from their trio work with Whit Dickey in this duo release recorded in the studio, beautiful and amazing telepathic communication.



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