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John Carey

John Carey

 

Although John Carey is primarily known for his work as a session bassist for artists and singer-songwriters of rock, folk and R&B bands throughout New York City and worldwide, his debut CD explores the avant-garde: the completely live and improvisational album captures the stream of conscious thought processes between some of today’s most talented, unique and most interesting musicians. The CD spans multiple genres of music, and in conjunction with the abstract artwork and very distinctive written introduction included within the twelve page booklet, the CD provides for a multimedia and multi-sensory experience . . . A truly fascinating record with an all-star lineup.

The CD spans multiple genres of music, and in conjunction with the abstract artwork and very distinctive written introduction included within the twelve page booklet, the CD provides for a multimedia and multi-sensory experience . . . A truly fascinating record with an all-star lineup. The music features Dave Eggar- cello & piano (of Ornette Coleman, Bobby McFerrin . . .), Oz Noy- guitar (of Richard Bona, Harry Bellefonte. . .), Rachelle Garniez- vocals, accordion, claviola & more (of The Fortunate Few . . .), Frank Bellucci- drums & percussion (master drum clinician/educator. . .) and John on fretted & fretless four and five string basses.

John Carey

John Carey

“Bass virtuoso John Carey calls his music “organized chaos” in the CD liner notes, and this live date ventures outside about as far as anything that’s come my way in recent memory.” “ . . . There are numerous moments of beauty and depth that occur within . . .”
– Ron Wynn, JazzTimes Magazine, December 2005

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