Rejuvenation Trio / Rejuvenation Voyage
Album:Rejuvenation Voyage Collection:Jazz
Artist:Rejuvenation Trio Added:Jan 2011
Label:Edgetone Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-04-10 Pull Date:2011-06-12 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Jun 12May 15May 8May 1Apr 24

Recent Airplay
1.Aug 13, 2011:Rebop
The Quest
4.May 07, 2011:Music Casserole
The Search For Truth
2.Jun 07, 2011:Rebop
Warp Speed
5.May 03, 2011:Rebop
The Search For Truth
3.May 10, 2011:Rebop
The Quest
6.Apr 26, 2011:Rebop
Exclamation Pointe

Album Review
Reviewed 2011-04-07 
Energy jazz: Improvised free-jazz sax with deep ties to the '60s (Hasan Abdur-Razzaq was a teen in Cleveland taking cues from Albert Ayler). Mostly sax/bass/drums ecstasy here, energetic and fast -- but also a few world-like tracks with either percussive or meditative sounds. Overall quite spiritual, in a jazz sense. Instrumental; FCC clean.

1- Gradual rumble into squawky fluttering
2- Passionate, keening. Drum intro.
3- Mostly strings: chaotic chamber music. Fierce sax later.
4- Slowish, w/violin. Appropriately spacey.
5- Fairly fast, esp. the bass. Good energy; cooldown ending.
6- Strangely swingy, very Ayler-like, songlike
7- Eastern/mystical w/very quiet dropout; not good for airplay
8- Bluesy, a healing melody. Quiet start w/bells.
9- Cool kalimba-like bass at start & end. Fast middle.
10- Percussion break: a sea of rhythm
11- An exotic-sounding reed instrument, cool tiny jazz bass notes
12- Buzzy and active
13- Sparse, exploratory. Catches a spark at the end.
14- Short outburst including yelling, a nice conclusion (and not too chaotic)

Track Listing
1.Free Play 8.The Quest
2.Exclamation Pointe 9.Percolator
3.Strings & Things Suite 10.Return Voyage
4.Signals From Space 11.Welcome Back
5.Warp Speed 12.Off Set
6.The Search For Truth 13.Construct Parts
7.Bamboo Mist 14.Explosive