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XoBoX by Bill Anschell

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Album Title: Calculated Gestures
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2009

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Ziggurat Quartet is made up of some of Seattles most innovative jazz improvisers. A passion for rhythmic experimentation drives the ensembles complex original compositions, with many of the ten pieces being deeply influenced by the rhythms of East Indian music, as well as jazz and contemporary chamber music. Coupled with strong improvising, the result is a mix of music that is engaging, spontaneous, and compelling. Saxophonist Eric Barber, pianist Bill Anschell, bassist Doug Miller, and drummer Byron Vannoy, bring personal voices and broad aesthetic horizons to the ensemble, together charting new directions for jazz quartet.

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July 1, 2010

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