|Add Date:||2005-05-08||Pull Date:||2005-07-10||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Jul 10||Jul 3||Jun 26||Jun 19||Jun 12||Jun 5||May 29||May 22|
|1.||Jan 22, 2010:||Memory Select
|4.||May 11, 2007:||Memory Select
|2.||Jul 27, 2007:||Memory Select
|5.||Sep 08, 2006:||Memory Select: Dewey Redman, RIP
|3.||Jun 20, 2007:||"In Your Ear ..." with David Bug, a moment before weights
The Comedian, Never Remember
|6.||Jul 08, 2005:||Memory Select
Like The Bad Plus with less bombast. Plenty of "straight" tracks if you're looking for that, also lots of envelope-pushing elements to tracks like 1,3,6,11.
The band was signed out of nowhere by Dave Douglas for the second CD on his Greenleaf label (Douglas's own "Mountain Passages" was the first.) A real find; you can see why Douglas snapped 'em up.
Trumpeter Shane Endsley also appears on the Ralph Alessi album, "Vice and Virtue," mostly as a drummer.
1- Snappy and sort of funky, w/some wacky sci-fi noises
2- A bit spacey; curly horn lines over dark electronics
3- Boppish midtempo horns, thundery bass. Catchy themes before a space/proggy middle. Happy stuff, a highlight.
4- Cute theme, rather fast and gentle with BPM-like drums.
5- Snippet. Mildly crazy
6- Mid/fast, a "tough" rockish stomp (In relative terms. Note that a jazz "stomp" isn't all that stomping ... )
7- Slowish, warm
8- Evil start! into some straight jazz w/Bitches-Brew electric piano
9- Mysterious, with slow sax over tribal drum and quiet horns
10- Piano: brisk and melodic. A gentle turn.
11- Like #2, but shifts into soft straight-jazz. Warm feel overall.
12- Gentle, mid/fast.
|1.||Break Me||7.||Victory Lap|
|2.||Clime Part 1||8.||Coat Rack|
|3.||Never Remember||9.||Halfway to Scranton|
|4.||The Comedian||10.||Everywhere From there to ...|
|5.||Wide Eyed||11.||Clime Part 2|
|6.||I'm Your General||12.||Perfect Compromise|