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 9 Aug 26 Aug 5 Jul 22 Jul 15
Airplays: 1 2 1 1 1

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
  9. Possum