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Albums by Wayne Horvitz

Label: Intuition
Quality: FLAC 16 bits 44.1kHz
mp3 included
Track length:3:45
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703215
Track length:3:57
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703216
Track length:4:05
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703217
Track length:5:49
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703218
Track length:2:53
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703219
Track length:4:24
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703220
Track length:3:04
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703221
Track length:4:55
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703222
Track length:7:09
Performer: Wayne Horvitz
Composer: Horvitz, Wayne
ISRC: DEZ650703223

Wayne Horvitz: piano, keyboards / Julian Priester: trombone / Eyvind Kang: violin / Reggie Watss: keyboards / Tucker Martine: processing ''A musical discovery'' (Rolling Stone8/98) ''Horvitz music is about songs, not about original improvisations'' (Jazz Thing 9/98) ''4 Stars'' (Stereo 9/98) ''electronically spacy; sensitively acoustic'' (Stereoplay 10/98) No drums. No bass. Rhythm nevertheless. Or alternatively its deliberate absence, if desired. Form. Improvisation. Harmony. Opposites. Order. Chaos. Careful calculation and freefall. A playful dialogue between the ideals of jazz and new music. Focus via diffusion. The composer, keyboarder and producer Wayne Horvitz, one of the most multifaceted and respected artists on New Yorks downtown scene, uses catchy tunes to lull the unsuspecting listener into a false sense of security until he feels like his feet are standing on the wall and he wonders why he hasnt fallen down yet. The quartet, which besides Horvitz on keyboards is made up of trombonist Julian Priester, Eyvind Kang on the violin and a second keyboarder, Reggie Watts, is supported by the work of Tucker Martine the experienced producer of greats such as Bill Frisell and Wayne Horvitz himself who slightly, but effectively distorts the bands sound without losing the predominantly acoustic flavor of the music