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Wound, Unwound, and Within

by Welcome Dulberger Mclellan

Free Jazz/ Free Improvisation
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chris Welcome- Guitar
Shayna Dulberger- Upright Bass
John McLellan- Drums

Throughout the five improvised pieces on this CD, Welcome, McLellan, and Dulberger challenge the notions of a typical Guitar trio. The ensemble goes beyond both traditional roles (i.e. soloist vs. rhythm section) and call and response playing to arrive at a Music built on shifting layers of rhythmic and melodic counterpoint.

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A self-released album by three virtual unknowns, “Wound Unwound and Within” is an impressive piece of free improvisation. The disc is divided into 5 parts (conveniently labeled Part 1-5) and each sounds as if it were given a thematic base from which the musicians improvise. It’s impossible to tell as there are no liner notes, but each part sounds distinct and directionalized. The spotlight never focuses on any one musician and this equality among players is emphasized by the mixing which puts each instrument on level ground as far as volume is concerned. Overall, this is a very solid, if not exhilarating, album of contemporary free improv.
Justin Glick. Jazz Music Director. 89.3 WNUR

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