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Save Your Breath by Kris Davis Infrasound

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Save Your Breath

Kris Davis Infrasound

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Album

Save Your Breath

Kris Davis Infrasound

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Label: Clean Feed
The stellar jazz pianist and bandleader keeps pushing herself. This eight-piece group, Davis' largest ensemble yet, features no bass player, bur four bass clarinetists. The odd approach results in some distinct low-end textures. Compositionally, Davis is no less (enjoyably) perverse: "Union Forever" starts out swing-less, develops an irregular groove, and then thrashes through its finale. Davis finally lets her piano run wild during "The Ghost of Your Previous F*ckup," but in general the focus is on her large-group writing. Like one of the other tunes says, "Always Leave Them (Wanting More)."

About This Album

The stellar jazz pianist and bandleader keeps pushing herself. This eight-piece group, Davis' largest ensemble yet, features no bass player, bur four bass clarinetists. The odd approach results in some distinct low-end textures. Compositionally, Davis is no less (enjoyably) perverse: "Union Forever" starts out swing-less, develops an irregular groove, and then thrashes through its finale. Davis finally lets her piano run wild during "The Ghost of Your Previous F*ckup," but in general the focus is on her large-group writing. Like one of the other tunes says, "Always Leave Them (Wanting More)."

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About This Album

The stellar jazz pianist and bandleader keeps pushing herself. This eight-piece group, Davis' largest ensemble yet, features no bass player, bur four bass clarinetists. The odd approach results in some distinct low-end textures. Compositionally, Davis is no less (enjoyably) perverse: "Union Forever" starts out swing-less, develops an irregular groove, and then thrashes through its finale. Davis finally lets her piano run wild during "The Ghost of Your Previous F*ckup," but in general the focus is on her large-group writing. Like one of the other tunes says, "Always Leave Them (Wanting More)."