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8 thoughts on “ Ajemians Funk - Paul Giallorenzo - Get In To Go Out (CD, Album)

  1. The third installment of Fearless Records’ cover series, Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 3 finds yet another crop of post-hardcore and metalcore bands tackling songs from the other end of the radio dial. With a mix of faithful re-creations and radical departures, the compilation covers the full spectrum of covers.
  2. Oct 12,  · Get In To Get Out opens with the halting sounds of "Vacillation," with Giallorenzo's piano stuttering not unlike Thelonious Monk 's infamous prodding; Rempis, playing more tenor than alto here, follows suit with his stilted jabs of sound. The song then pauses—soon to return with the pianist rolling notes à la Cecil Taylor.
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  4. Mar 05,  · The "Storyteller” album has finally arrived! Thank you for sticking with me and listening throughout the years. I really hope you enjoy this one. I’m looking forward to starting some new.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Get In To Go Out on Discogs. Label: Music - • Series: Document Chicago - 15 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Free Jazz3/5(1).
  6. Aug 01,  · If this was the Ultimate Funk, it would have Bootsy, George Clinton and several others who are missing on it. That being said, it's a great compilation of mainstream funk hits of the '70's. If you're white and grew up in the suburbs during that era, you'll love this collection. It's /5(5).
  7. Get in to Go Out by Paul Giallorenzo Review. a terrific quintet playing nine impressive original tunes Giallorenzo's key inspirations go back five decades, but the way he evokes Thelonious Monk, Herbie Nichols, and particularly early Cecil Taylor doesn't sound the last bit dated.5/5(1).
  8. Jun 18,  · Consider the present CD. Paul Giallorenzo is the composer and the pianist, Josh Berman plays cornet, Dave Rempis (All bow in his direction)is on alto and baritone sax, Anton Hatwich is on bass, and Frank Rosaly is the drummer. The review notes above 5/5(1).

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