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  • noun Plural form of reedist.


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  • For this gig Ewart will present a smaller version of the group with reedists Mwata Bowden, Edward Wilkerson Jr.,

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  • The quartet-bassist Jason Roebke and reedists Ward and Tim Haldeman-has made a mission of unearthing and (sometimes radically) revamping underappreciated tunes written in Chicago between 1956 and 1960.

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  • But Throat isn't always assaultive: sometimes the two reedists uncork eerie unaccompanied long tones, or the band reshapes a melody that sounds like an old spiritual (a la Albert Ayler) into a beautiful meditation that wouldn't feel out of place in a Radiohead song.

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  • Two Cities make full use of the ensemble-reedists Jackson and Shelton, cornetist Josh Berman, cellist Fred Lonberg-Holm, bassist Anton Hatwich, and drummer Frank Rosaly-to suggest a much larger group.

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  • Aural and dissonant, the show, especially when multi-reedists Ken Vandermark and Ab Baars dueled, made me feel like there was a theremin in my head., The Buzz


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