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Eastern Boundary Quartet / Icicles
Album:Icicles Collection:Jazz
Artist:Eastern Boundary Quartet Added:Jan 2011

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-01-16 Pull Date:2011-03-20 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Mar 20Mar 13Mar 6Feb 27Feb 20Feb 6Jan 30Jan 23

 Recent Airplay
1.Nov 01, 2018:No Cover, No Minimum
Soft Balkan Wind
4.Mar 10, 2011:Double Daydream Disaster
Soft Balkan Wind
2.Mar 15, 2011:Rebop
Hungarian Jazz Rhapsody
5.Mar 04, 2011:No Cover, No Minimum
Fish Soup
3.Mar 13, 2011:The Donner Party
Hungarian Jazz Rhapsody
6.Mar 01, 2011:Rebop

Album Review
Reviewed 2011-01-09 
Konnex, 2010

POSTMODERN JAZZ – Bridging parallel strands from New York and Budapest, as well as between the avant-garde, standard jazz and Hungarian folk music, this quartet brings a sense of immediacy and adventure to their performance. Well-played music, not too abstract but quite challenging and cerebral in spots, tenderly emotional in others.

Mihály Borbély : sax, tarogato
Michael Jefry Stevens : piano
Joe Fonda : bass
Balázs Bágyi : drums

Fo’s Picks: 1, 3, 5, 6

1. 8:41 – sax and piano stretch out, bending & twisting against a brisk pulse
2. 10:05 – slow ballad: tender piano, soft-spoken sax & bass, hushed drums
3. 3:39 – calm horn/drum duet: Hungarian melody flutters and soars
4. 9:10 – starts with strong Hungarian melody/rhythm; soon switches to abstract solos and an avant-jazz pulse; piano pulls it outward
5. 5:14 – slow, peaceful tune, billows with a sort of misty majesty; nice piano
6. 6:55 – cool groove: sax/piano swoop & cry over a solidly churning beat
7. 6:29 – contemplative, fluttering ballad with a soulful touch

[ Fo ] 01/09/11

Track Listing
1.Fish Soup 4.Borders
2.Icicles 5.China
3.Soft Balkan Wind 6.Hungarian Jazz Rhapsody
 7.Transylvania Blues