Waits and Measures by Pete Robbins
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About the Album
The title track from Brooklyn-based saxophonist/composer Pete Robbins' August 29th release, featuring his working sextet, Centric. Critics have already called the music "both cerebral and funky" (Time Out New York) and "an intimate sort of jazz-rock hybrid" (New York Times) with liner note author Mark F. Turner writing, "Robbins clearly has an acute understanding of jazz as an art form, but more importantly he is striving to create music that moves in new directions."
Inkhead; Waits & Measures; Candy To The Crowd; Why Not Us?; There There; No One Cares About Your Dreams Unless You Dreamt About Them; Cankers And Medallions; Rodil; Amadelia.
Pete Robbins: alto saxophone, clarinet; Sam Sadigursky: tenor saxophone, bass clarinet; Eliat Krimsky: Nord Electro, Fender Rhodes, glockenspiel; Mike Gamble: guitar; Thomas Morgan: bass; Dan Weiss: drums.
August 18, 2006
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