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A heavy and powerful rhythm section – a context I’ve rarely heard guitarist Mark O’Leary in, since the man usually puts together more delicate and nuanced free improvisation trios. This one is smoking! Hot-leaded free jazz in which O’Leary improvises very fast melodic lines that get this close from emulating John McLaughlin at times. Energy-packed. And the final track “Interference” has a Roland Shannon Jackson side that will take you by surprise. A different outing for this prolific guitarist with a fetish for the trio format.
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