Village Voice’s “Jazz Consumer Guide” by Tom Hull


Adam Lane/Lou Grassi/Mark Whitecage – Drunk Butterfly (CF 116)
The bassist gets top billing due to his knack for setting up grooves that turn free-oriented saxophonists on rather than off. He did that with Vinny Golia in Zero Degree Music; here, he gets the most accessible work ever out of Whitecage. In her liner notes, Slim calls this “avant swinging bebop.” That’s right. A MINUS
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