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"Swamba Redux" by Charlie Hunter Trio

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Copperopolis
By Charlie Hunter Trio

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Everything the groups doing now can be heard in the album opener, Cueball Bobbin. Copperopolis is being heralded as Hunters rock album, and the intro, with Hunter's electric wail, Ellis' Wurli skronk and almost-violent Phillips drumrolls could vibrate a sport arena pretty effectivelybut here and everywhere else on the CD, the bombast is strained through Hunters playful bong-hit affability and his total lack of pomposity. ~ Paul Olson, All About Jazz

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March 13, 2006

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