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Mind Wrestling

by Das VibenBass

Professional and exhilarating, Das Vibenbass blend classic jazz sounds (tenor sax, upright bass) with contemporary groove tools (vibraphone, rock drums) to unfurl an aura of cherishably precise puissance.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Cloak and Dagger
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2. Better Late Than Never
5:23 $0.99
3. Elfman's Lullaby
8:49 $0.99
4. The Government Loves Garage Sales
6:02 $0.99
5. Quentinsential
6:08 $0.99
6. Soonshine Dust
4:51 $0.99
7. Slinky
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8. You Don’t Know What Love Is
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9. Third Toungue
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Album Notes
Mindwrestling, Das’ second full-length album wa released
Sept 2006. Listeners will find no sudden departures
from the group’s vigorous breed of jazz, as their
latest record showcases the familiarly muscular compositions
they are best known for. Also prevalent to the album
is their ever-deepening experiments with recording improvisation
and the accompaniment of ensemble players.
This quartet continues to amaze audiences with their precise,
uncompromising timbre. Geoff Larson and JC Bockman
structure the group’s prime sensibility with fl ooding
bass and raucous drums, respectively. Josh Clifford lends
his versatile tenor saxophone to passages that require
both pestilence and boon, while Justin Sorensen assertively
haunts the sound with his contemporary approach
on the vibraphone.
Das Vibenbass seeks to challenge the borders of jazz
today; Mindwrestling is evidence that they have solidififi ed
themselves as an important voice for years to come.



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The Dane

Buy it if you dig good modern jazz
I've had this CD for six months now. In the beginning I listened to it all the time. Now I put it on now and then and get the same good feeling every time. You just can't get bored of straight up groovy jazz with good sax sound, skilled drum playing, cool laid back bass and some awesome vibes. I totally dig the viephrafone in generally and these guys knows how to use it. Buy it if you dig good modern jazz