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IN for the OUT
drums & electronic percussion
saxello & baritone sax
tenor sax & flute
trombone & alphorn
A 15 track song
cycle and a return to Plunge's original instrumentation of
two-basses with drums but this time adding B3 organ and saxes.
monstrous grooves, expansive improvisation . . . the most
adventurous and muscular Plunge outing yet!
Composer's Notes here
"Soulful, vivacious. Plunge delivers
grooves as wide as a house."
"engaging . . . a delightful listen .
. . This is a great recording, one of the best for me so far this
--Ken Weiss, Cadence
"Vivacious, even visceral . . .
wonderfully accessible . . . revolutionary elements come togther in
repertoire that agilely combines trenchant virtuosity with keen
lyricism. This is meticulously articulated music which ploaces
emphasis on the glorious sound of beauty in on quite memorable
--Raul da Gama,
"These are some of the most
forward-leaning musicians in New Orleans."
"Plunge is among the best post-Katrina jazz developments
in New Orleans music."
Doug Ramsey, Rifftides
"Covering a wide range of music, the session makes room for the
adventurous four-part 'Entropy Suite.' Joyfully eccentric,
unpredictable and sometimes haunting. It remains intriguing
throughout. McGrain, who takes the brief 'Falling With Grace'
as an unaccompanied solo, proves that jazz trombone, while still
owing a debt to J.J. [Johnson], has traveled far during the past 70
--Scott Yanow, JAZZIZ
"powerful melodic lines . . . expansive
collective improvisations . . . the kind of powerful hook that pops
insistently into your head for weeks."
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