Aoki/Hunsinger/Jarman / Trio
Album:Trio Collection:Jazz
Artist:Aoki/Hunsinger/Jarman Added:Feb 2003
Label:Melungeon Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2003-02-03 Pull Date:2003-04-07 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Apr 13Mar 30Mar 16Mar 9Mar 2Feb 16Feb 9

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 20, 2010:Music Casserole
4.Mar 13, 2003:The Digital/Analog War
2.Apr 06, 2003:Sean's Show
Larsen B, Powerhouse
5.Mar 07, 2003:Memory Select
Cape of Needles
3.Mar 28, 2003:Memory Select
6.Feb 28, 2003:Memory Select
Larsen B

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2003-02-06 
Slow, mystical pieces for two horns and acoustic bass, played with a calm Buddhist-temple feel. Pleasantly pensive, with a nice atmospheric feeling without getting all new-agey. Tracks like 4 and 9 are even uptempo.

The group is led by Robbie Hunsinger, a Chicago-based oboeist, joined by Chicago stalwart Tatsu Aoki on bass and Art Ensemble member Joseph Jarman.

1- Pensive improv
2- Thumb piano, nice quiet feel
3- Pleasant temple music
4- Midtempo, jumping beat
5- Slow, groany
6- Pastoral, flute-led
7- Heavy
8- Stumbly bassline, playful horn pecking
9- Asian march melody, upbeat
10- Slow, reverent

Track Listing
1.Consequences 6.Dryad
2.Larsen B 7.Hornswoggled
3.Cape of Needles 8.Eye to Eye
4.Powerhouse 9.Procession
5.LD50 10.Requiem