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Full Metal Revolutionary Jazz Ensemble | Fmrje Sextet Live (feat. Forbes Graham, Hilary Noble, David Warren, Dennis Warren & Jose Arroyo)

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Fmrje Sextet Live (feat. Forbes Graham, Hilary Noble, David Warren, Dennis Warren & Jose Arroyo)

by Full Metal Revolutionary Jazz Ensemble

Live Internet concert from the fmrje factory featuring musicians who burn on the edge of creativity.
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Fmrje Sextet Live (Feat. Dennis Warren, Jose Arroyo, Hilary Noble, David Warren, Chris Florio & Forbes Graham)
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This FMRJE features: Forbes Graham-trumpet, Hilary Noble-tenor saxophone, flute, percussion, Chris Florio- electic guitar/sythesizer, Jose Arroyo-congas, percussion, David Warren-electric bass, Dennis Warren-drums, timbales.

Jump in to the flow of Dennis Warren's music any place you desire. His music, the music of the Full Metal Revolutionary Jazz Ensemble (FMRJE) is a continuously flowing river of sound with (seemingly) no starting or ending points.
The drummer Dennis Warren is a disciple of Milford Graves and has studied with Cecil Taylor. His FMRJE, begun in 1989 has included jazz luminaries Raphe Malik, and Glenn Spearman. The rhythm concentrated music is constantly propelling forward. Driving the powerful engine of Warren's drumming. This is the music born out of the electric Miles Filmore and Agharta years, is the original jamband concept.-Marc Corroto

What in the early 1980s used to be called "punk funk" (the first few James Blood Ulmer albums, the early offerings of Shannon Jackson's Decoding Society..) never quite lived up to its potential - the plasticity of free jazz always had a hard time adapting to funk's metrical precision. While Blood and Shannon have ended up spending more time with the latter, drummer Dennis Warren has preferred a more eclectic approach.-Paris Alantic Magazine



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