Hay, Emily/Brad Dutz/Wayne Peet / Emily Hay/Brad Dutz/Wayne Peet
Album:Emily Hay/Brad Dutz/Wayne Peet Collection:Jazz
Artist:Hay, Emily/Brad Dutz/Wayne Peet Added:Mar 2007

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-07-08 Pull Date:2007-09-09 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Sep 9Aug 26Aug 5Jul 22Jul 15

Recent Airplay
1.May 30, 2014:No Cover, No Minimum
It Can Be Thick
4.Sep 03, 2007:Living Souls [with Eloise]
2.Apr 29, 2010:Memory Select
It Can Be Thick
5.Aug 24, 2007:Memory Select: sfSound and Webern
3.Nov 21, 2008:Memory Select
It Can Be Thick
6.Aug 24, 2007:No Cover, No Minimum
It Can Be Thick

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2007-07-01 
Improv trio that has a bit of a "world jam" sound, with tribal rhythms from the percussion and some Peruvian/Asian atmosphere from the flute. Piano or organ shows up to either add a dark mood or an outright jazzy twist. Some tracks do get abstract (1,8) while others are direct and catchy (3,9).

1- Exotic swamp/forest of blips and swirls. Wispy, dark. Second half: A foreboding, slowish beat with snappy flute.
2- Snappy spare piano. Finishes gradually, quietly
3- Jazzy jam-beat with calm flute. Chugging, catchy
4- Placid piano/flute, almost new agey. Last few minutes get more aggressive.
5- Nonsense jazz singing, a bit like Amy X. Neuburg. Silly at first; gets growly and dark, then ends with a strong beat
6- Peppy, even a little angry. Fairly fast. Kind of a groove.
7- Slow, slow, mystic flute. Light jazzy drumbeat in the last 2 minutes
8- Wispy haunted-house sounds, then vocals consisting of random "T" words. 2nd half: Strong and snappy, then drifting.
9- Rattly little beat w/cool B-3 organ splashes. Very cool. Gets slower and almost new-agey later, with steel drums, even.

Track Listing
1.Bean Dip 5.Coming!
2.Filthy Washer 6.Hot Japanese Water
3.It Can Be Thick 7.Amnesia Dealer
4.Metamorphafasize 8.A Lotta T's