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Project Z – Lincoln Memorial

Jimmy Herring/Project Z – Lincoln Memorial

Bill Bruford once told me in an interview during his last tour with Yes (for the album Union) that chamber or group free improvisation has been a tradition and joy among classically trained European musicians, and that formally scheduled open jam sessions were widely in practice during the time of J.S. Bach and likely long before. As jazz and rock forms in music derived from a blending of European... »

Project Z – Lincoln Memorial

Project Z’s ‘Lincoln Memorial’

Jan-Mikael’s EARS: review: Project Z’s ‘Lincoln Memorial’ Evaluation: Not much could be said about ‘Lincoln Memorial’ that Bill Milkowski didn’t already tender as gospel in his superlative-laden liner notes. I genuflect shamelessly to his painstaking dedication to minutia, and acquiesce to the verisimilitude bestowed by Mr Milkowski in his beautification of the sophomore effort of Project Z. Reall... »

Project Z – Lincoln Memorial

Project Z – Lincoln Memorial

Personnel: Jimmy Herring – Guitar Jeff Sipe (aka Apt Q-258) – Drums Greg Osby – Saxophone Ricky Keller – Bass Jason Crosby – Keyboards Tracks: 1. Departure 2. Miso Soup 3. Stale Salt Lugs 4. Freener Frolic 5. You Do 6. Sister Barbie 7. Slaif 8. Sad Sack 9. ‘Ol Bugaboo 10. Zamb Fear 11. Microburst 12. Lincoln Memorial 13. Arrival When I started playing guitar in ... »

Project Z

Project Z

Project Z pays homage in its own way to to the musical philosophy of Col. Bruce Hampton on this explosive record. The band says the Col. helped us to crack open, and in fact Hampton himself joins in the fun on Z Phone. Derek Trucks and Count M’Butu (guitar and percussion respectively) also help out at various points. So what is Project Z up to? It’s ultimately a stew of jam rock that v... »

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