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Macha - Medeski Martin And Wood* - Bubblehouse (CD)

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  1. Label: Gramavision - GCD • Format: CD Single • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Jazz • Style: Illbient, Abstract, Acid Jazz Medeski Martin And Wood* - Bubblehouse (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(13).
  2. Last Chance to Dance Trance (perhaps): Best Of () Medeski, Martin & Wood Review by Stacia Proefrock 13 songs from the funk-jazz period of Medeski, Martin & Wood's career before their move from Grammavision to the Blue Note label, Last Chance to Dance Trance documents the period when the trio was building their fan base both in and out of the jazz world.
  3. Home of Jazz Trio Medeski Martin & Wood:: MMW who began their recording career with the release of "Notes from the Underground" in Missing: Bubblehouse.
  4. The double-length set was culled from the Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood world tour; its contents reflect material off Scofield's A Go Go and MSMW’s studio offering Out Louder. They also released 20, a collection of new songs and previously unrecorded older material.
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Bubblehouse by Medeski, Martin & Wood Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. Bubblehouse is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by MEDESKI MARTIN & WOOD (Jazz Rock/Fusion/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette.
  7. Jan 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Ryko/Rhino Macha · Martin & Wood Medeski Bubblehouse ℗ Rykodisc Auto-generated by YouTube.
  8. It's possible to admire Medeski Martin and Wood's craft and guile in pushing against stylistic restraints while recognizing that their music isn't quite as much fun as it once was--or that this hugely popular trio may think it is. Full of shaggy cross-textures, plummy grooves, and spooky electronic underpinnings, Uninvisible is a lively sonic stew/5(46).
  9. Martin Medeski & Wood albums They may take more liberties than Smith ever has, but that familiar combination of a thick organ sound and funky drum patterns is still the core. Organist John Medeski, drummer Billy Martin, and bassist Chris Wood don't work a whole lot differently from the old Jimmy Smith Trio; they get a good groove going, add a catchy hook and then improvise changes on both the .

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