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With Kris Davis, Stephan Crump and Eric McPherson, the Borderlands Trio unites three luminaries who have grown together to form a trio full of the magic of their own distinct sound and fine grooves. Brooklyn bassist Stephan Crump initiated the band and has kept it together for seven years. The band's two previous releases were lauded by jazz critics. This band knows no rush. Developments build up cautiously, moods change slowly and intensify. The music takes it's time to explore the subtle nuances of a patient and generous musical dialog. Rewilder, this new double album, is further proof that the classical piano trio in the hands of Stephan Crump, Kris Davis and Eric McPherson holds a world of vast possibilities, revealing the adventures of improvisation and the bliss of free play.
With Kris Davis, Stephan Crump and Eric McPherson, the Borderlands Trio unites three luminaries who have grown together to form a trio full of the magic of their own distinct sound and fine grooves. Brooklyn bassist Stephan Crump initiated the band and has kept it together for seven years. The band's two previous releases were lauded by jazz critics. This band knows no rush. Developments build up cautiously, moods change slowly and intensify. The music takes it's time to explore the subtle nuances of a patient and generous musical dialog. Rewilder, this new double album, is further proof that the classical piano trio in the hands of Stephan Crump, Kris Davis and Eric McPherson holds a world of vast possibilities, revealing the adventures of improvisation and the bliss of free play.
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Rewilder
Artist: Borderlands Trio
Format: CD
New: Available $32.98
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DISC: 1

1. Cyclops Mountain
2. Axolotl
3. Gamelan Circuit
4. Monotreme
5. Tree Shrimp
6. Lost Species
7. Echidna
8. Commerce Sunrise

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With Kris Davis, Stephan Crump and Eric McPherson, the Borderlands Trio unites three luminaries who have grown together to form a trio full of the magic of their own distinct sound and fine grooves. Brooklyn bassist Stephan Crump initiated the band and has kept it together for seven years. The band's two previous releases were lauded by jazz critics. This band knows no rush. Developments build up cautiously, moods change slowly and intensify. The music takes it's time to explore the subtle nuances of a patient and generous musical dialog. Rewilder, this new double album, is further proof that the classical piano trio in the hands of Stephan Crump, Kris Davis and Eric McPherson holds a world of vast possibilities, revealing the adventures of improvisation and the bliss of free play.
        
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