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  1. Jun 06,  · Although the title to bassist Eric Revis ' quartet offering appears to pay homage to some of the early AACM documents (think pianist Muhal Richard Abrams ' unaccompanied manifesto Things To Come From Those Now Gone (Delmark, )), the actuality is a different animal entirely. Having rung the changes since the acclaimed City of Asylum, Revis' outfit acts primarily as a vehicle for .
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for In Memory of Things Yet Seen - Eric Revis Quartet on AllMusic.
  3. Eric Revis: Eric Revis: In Memory Of Things Yet Seen album review by Henning Bolte, published on March 25, Find thousands jazz reviews at All About Jazz!
  4. Vandermark returns to this session in a quartet with pianist Kris Davis (Revis’s frequent trio partner on a handful of recorded dates with drummer Andrew Cyrille), and a former Chicagoan on drums, Chad Taylor, whom the bassist employed on his acclaimed quartet session In Memory of Things Yet Seen.
  5. Grammy-winning bassist/composer Eric Revis has been one of the most solid and forceful voices in the contemporary jazz scene for over 15 years despite his young age. The deep-running power of his beat, his potent and gorgeous tone, and his dynamic approach to music keeps him in high demands among notable musicians such as Branford Marsalis and.
  6. Mar 17,  · Eric Revis – In Memory of Things Yet Seen () The first-call acoustic bass player best known in five words or less as “Branford Marsalis’ bassist since forever” is preparing to release his own led-date In Memory of Things Yet Seen (March 25, , Clean Feed Records).
  7. Bassist Eric Revis heeft het. Hij doet iets wat zo nog niet gedaan is. Hij trekt er een diep spoor mee, een eigen spoor. En ja, hij doet iets wat werkelijk hout snijdt. Met grote voortvarendheid. Hij kan je met stijgende verbazing doen luisteren. Hij maakt deel uit van de huidige group van Branford Marsalis [ ].
  8. With his new astonishing CD, In Memory of Things Yet Seen, Revis puts his own wider vision of jazz into practice. The title suggests from the start that the tradition and the inventions of the future aren't mutually exclusive.

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