1032 K / Law Of Vibration, The
Album: Law Of Vibration, The   Collection:Jazz
Artist:1032 K   Added:Apr 2019
Label:Self Release  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2019-05-10 Pull Date: 2019-07-12 Charts: Jazz, Classical/Experimental
Week Ending: Jul 7 Jun 30
Airplays: 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Jul 13, 2019: Music Casserole
3. Jun 29, 2019: Music Casserole
2. Jul 05, 2019: Clean Copper Radio
Living Space

Album Review
Tom McCarter
Reviewed 2019-05-01
Reviewed: 2018-04-27
Genre: Jazz (x)
FCCs: none
Review: Their latest disc is an exceptionally enjoyable listen. Rolling melodies, spiked with insistent percussion and warm brass tones, work in tandem with highly creative improvising. The album is an excellent showcase for these three distinctively talented and adventurous artists. Little escapes scrutiny in the compact and challenging trio format. When the typical instrumentation is abandoned the safety net is gone, & nothing is predictable. Roswell Rudd guests on #3
If You Like: Finlayson, Steve Turre
Track Review (favorites denoted by *):
1/ 1000 Years of Peace – trombone starts> midtempo jam> slow fade
*2/ RB – bowed bass starts> slow jam> bass solo> pause> uptempo cacophonous jam> quick fade
*3/ Yankee No-How – drums start> fast tempo cacophonous jam> crescendo> bass solo> fast jam> crescendo end
4/ I’ll Be Right Here Waiting – trombone starts in bid fanfare> slow jam> slow fade
*5/ All The While ……Forgiveness – trombone starts> slow jam> swings to uptempo> slow fade
**6/ Living Space – full band starts> uptempo jam> drum solo> uptempo jam> slow fade

Track Listing
1. 1000 Years Of Peace   4. I'll Be Right Here Waiting
2. R B   5. All The While....Forgiveness
3. Yankee No-How   6. Living Space