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This album is tasty.

A must for fans of GaT, Stanton, Skerik, Benevento, Dillon...

Great album and even better live. 4 top-notch musicians in the genre. Dory's Day Out is my personal favorite.


the composing on this album is not up to snuff with marco's previous work. ive never really been a big skerik fan, and i could do with or without mike dillon. theyre both kind of whatever to me. stanton is obviously a badass. most of the songs here are obnoxious. i dont mean theyre too dissonant (some of my favorite albums are by ornette and dolphy and trane, so dissonance isnt really an issue). what i mean is theyre boring and grating. the solos tend to go nowhere. the dynamic range of the album is very narrow. at first i was really pumped to hear what marco would bring to the table, but i soon realized that the real heart and soul of this band was charlie hunter. its a shame hes not around on this album to steer things in the right direction. skip this and get emphasizer instead. and of course all of marco's solo work and his albums with joe russo as THE DUO. i was pretty disappointed by this one.


Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Garage a Trois started as a quick one-off improvised session that grew out of sessions originally done for Stanton Moore's All Kooked Out! album in 1999. The lineup -- Charlie Hunter on his eight-string guitar, Moore on drums, and Skerik on sax -- was basically the same for both projects, but the sound was quite different. On All Kooked Out!, the sound was upbeat and funky but Mysteryfunk (the first Garage a Trois recording) was darker and more atmospheric. Released only on vinyl, Mysteryfunk seemed...
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