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Leap Of Faith: The Energy Of Now
Leap Of Faith:
The Energy Of Now

(Evil Clown -- USA )


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Reuniting drummer Sydney Smart with Leap of Faith, the core duet from the Leap of Faith Orchestra of cellist Glynis Lomon and reed, wind & percussionist David Peck, in a sextet configuration of the Boston collective band with Ellwood Epps on trumpet, Eric Zinman on keyboards, Joel Simches performing real-time signal processing, and Smart on a variety of exotic drums and gongs.

Turbulence Orchestra: Dynamos
Turbulence Orchestra:
Dynamos

(Evil Clown -- USA )


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Turbulence projects are orchestrated for multiple horn players drawn from the Leap of Faith Orchestra, here using David Peck's Broad Palate concept to introduce multiple sonorities, in an octet of four trumpeters (Ellwood Epps, Bob Moores, Vance Provey and John Fugarino), one lower brass (Duane Reed) and three reeds (Peck, Michael Caglianone and Jared Holaday).

Leap of Faith (PEK / Lomon / Epps / McBride / Rosenthal / Simches): Meaning Arising
Leap of Faith (PEK / Lomon / Epps / McBride / Rosenthal / Simches):
Meaning Arising

(Evil Clown -- USA )


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A new quintet lineup for the long-running Boston collective Leap of Faith, expanding the core duet of David Peck on reeds & flutes and Glynis Lomon on cello, aquasonic & voice, with trumpeter Ellwood Epps, double bassist Nate McBride, drummer Eric Rosenthal, and transformed by live signal processing from Joel Simches, performing a powerful and extended post-pandemic concert.

Turbulence: Fluid Friction
Turbulence:
Fluid Friction

(Evil Clown -- USA )


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A 9-horn section from the Leap of Faith Orchestra performing an expansive improvisation of thoughtful and melodic interaction augmented with the Evil Clown arsenal of percussive instruments, from David Peck on clarinets, sax & winds, Jared Holiday on sax & bass clarinet, David Welans & Dennis LIvingston on flutes, Elwood Epps & Bob Moores on trumpet and Duane Reed on horns & trombone.

Ratchet Orchestra: Coco Swirl
Ratchet Orchestra:
Coco Swirl

(Ambiances Magnetiques -- Canada )


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Active since the early 90's, the superb Montreal super-group Ratchet Orchestra under the direction of Nicolas Caloia with 19 performers presents 10 works including the title track, with soloists including Jean Rene, Lori Freedman, Jean Derome, Ellwood Epps, Sam Shalabi, Craig Petersen, Yves Charuest, Joshua Zubot, Scott Thomson, Isaiah Ceccarelli, &c.

Turbulence: Upheaval
Turbulence:
Upheaval

(Evil Clown -- USA )


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Turbulence is a smaller grouping of the Boston-based Evil Clown collective, typically with a majority of horns, here as the quintet of PEK (reeds & winds), Ellwood Epps (trumpet), Bob Moores (trumpets), Jim Warshauer (sax and winds), and Michael Caglianone (saxophones), a fully acoustic group of wind instruments and brass, taking a chamber approach to distinctive improvisation.

Land of Marigold (Joshua Zubot & Ellwood Epps): Creosote
Land of Marigold (Joshua Zubot & Ellwood Epps):
Creosote

(Barnyard -- Canada )


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The Montreal duo of trumpeter Ellwood Epps and Josh Zubot on violin and low octave violin for 9 upbeat, technically superb and intricate instant improvisations, what they refer to as "foot-tapping for ghosts, seeing the northern lights from underwater".

Epps, Ellwood / Joshua Zubot: Land of Marigold
Epps, Ellwood / Joshua Zubot:
Land of Marigold

(Bug Incision Records -- Canada )


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The debut recording from the duo of Montreal-based frequent collaborators, trumpeter Ellwood Epps and Joshua Zubot on violin and low octave violin, excellent extended dialog with elegant flair and great insight into each other's playing.



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