8 thoughts on “ Hey Pithy, Can You Thropt The Erectus? - Groder* & Greene* - Groder & Greene (CD, Album)

  1. Groder & Greene by Brian Groder, released 01 October 1. Landfall 2. Only The Now 3. Separate Being 4. Amulet 5. Cryptic Means 6. Nigh 7. Hey Pithy, Can You Thropt the Erectus? 8. Surmised Wink 9. Sleepwalker "After taking octogenarian saxophonist Sam Rivers on one of the most exciting rides of recent years on 's Torque, trumpeter Brian Groder has teamed up with another iconic figure.
  2. On Groder & Greene, the free jazz is indeed cogent and compelling. This disc follows Torque (Latham Records, ), where Groder was paired with free jazz legend/octogenarian Sam Rivers. Here he invites Burton Greene, the Chicago jazzman turned s avant-garde pianist to make music.
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  4. Groder & Greene, an album by Brian Groder on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, Hey Pithy, Can You Thropt the Erectus? 8. Surmised Wink. 9. Sleepwalker. More by Brian Groder. Fluidensity. Groder & Greene.
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  7. Nov 23,  · Groder & Greene — s/t (Latham, ). A brisk session of free jazz from some terrific modern players. I first heard of trumpeter Brian Groder on the album Torque, where his backing band with Sam Rivers‘ trio (with Sam Rivers included). Here, he’s got another crackerjack band, with pianist Burton Greene up front.
  8. referencing Pithecanthropus Erectus, CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig, This is a seminal piece of music. "At the Bohemia" was the beacon for Mingus' style, and "Pithecanthropus Erectus" is really the blue print for much of his later work, it's his first album where he taught the musicians the pieces by ear, and he pushes boundaries without.

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