Cory who? Henry.

Just a lot of fun. The whole performance musical and/or narrative.

DO THE M@TH

If there is anything or anybody to read nowadays .. and there are many indeed .. one of them surely is Ethan Iverson.
His deep cuts into Jazz and Classical music hurts a lot.
Reading his essays always reminds me how less I know, and how much there is to learn.

Sparkling trumpet

Lively sparkling always highly pitches with freaking speed cadence, worship Mr. Donny McCaslin, don’t forget to mark Guiliana on Drums!

KSO

This gonna be after The Bad + another contemporary jazz records of these days. Kendrick Scott Oracle sounds jazzt soo sweet.
Sure it’s hard to compare Kendrick with Dave King. Dave with his frenetics and electrifying style is a totally different animal but Kendrick on the other hand brings delicate details that really tastes like contemporary cake. His playful use of electronics in drumming or alternative drum setups makes me stand out of chair in wonder.. “this is not possible” and sure it is not, but with a drum setup he has, it is. I also like the way how the albums are mixed. You feel it is about drums but without pressure, I like that delicacy.
I’m happy to have them in city soon.

Couple weeks later:
Man! It was so delicious!

Jazzy

The noise is beautiful, but if you cannot compare it to the opposite then you won’t admire it enough. For such occasions we have here a musical music such as jazz. This time free jazz, a important lubricant in between our sharp waves.
This jazzy rhythms were recorder again on moo-cow. I know it’s becoming tiresome but what can  do they all where so active that even after a month we still have enough music to publish.

I’m sorry guys but I do not, really remember all names those who participated on this Jam. Here are some of them, Vlado Micenko, Erik Sikora, and three others. If you have better memory or you recognize them by what they play, let a note in the discussion.

http://monkeyontheorb.org/data/001-vlado-micenko-NO-DRUMS.mp3