|Add Date:||2004-08-23||Pull Date:||2004-10-25||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Oct 17||Oct 10||Oct 3||Sep 12||Aug 29|
|1.||Oct 15, 2004:||Memory Select
Line Ish: Part Three
|4.||Sep 26, 2004:||Late Night
Line Ish: Part Two
|2.||Oct 08, 2004:||Memory Select
|5.||Sep 08, 2004:||Multiple Personality Disorder
Line Ish: Part Four
|3.||Sep 28, 2004:||the jewish alternative
|6.||Aug 27, 2004:||Memory Select
Line Ish: Part One
As often happens with these kinds of sessions, the longest tracks are the most interesting -- in this case, the main "Line Ish" segments rather than the interludes.
Bianco in particular is impressive; he's got a light, deft touch on the drums. You can hear more of him on a duet album with Paul Dunmall that's in the library.
1- Some blazing sax/drums backed by a morose bassline. Nice effect. Includes a long, fast drum solo near the end.
2- Bass solo
3- Quiet, calm, with piano instead of sax. Second half is noiser, a sparkling little storm.
4- Sax solo: quiet, shrieky, shrill
5- Fairly fast attack
6- Very quiet group improv, later pierced by shrill flute.
7- Quiet solo on cymbals
8- A calmer level of free jazz above frenetic drums. Opens with a long and impressive drum solo
|1.||Line Ish: Part One||5.||Line Ish: Part Three|
|2.||Bass Interlude||6.||Group Interlude|
|3.||Line Ish: Part Two||7.||Cymbal Interlude|
|4.||Sax Interlude||8.||Line Ish: Part Four|