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Album Review

This is a virtually unknown trio from Ottawa (Canada). The label Spool has released what appears to be their first recording. Rake are David Broscoe (alto and tenor sax), Jamie Gullikson (drums) and Rory Magill (bass, drums). This CD has been recorded on November 8th 1997.

Rake is your standard free jazz sax/bass/drums trio. The album opens with "Calling," a strong high-energy number showcasing Broscoe's alto sax - he listened to a few Evan Parker records. The drummer is very busy (in a Roger Turner way). Sometimes all instrumentalists are on percussion ("Skree"), in other times a lot of room is allowed for soloing. This is not a striking record, but it shows hearty potential and promise. This first installment is not flawless: the bass is way too loud on "There" (it even distorts at some point) and there isn't really nothing new in playing two saxophones at once, let alone naming the improv "Two Winds." But it seems this trio is heading in the right direction. ~ François Couture, Rovi

Rake, Rake
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 2000

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