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Gregg Belisle-Chi  Book of Hoursears&eyes Records  When he lived in Seattle, guitarist/ composer Gregg Belisle-Chi was an intriguingly iconoclastic presence on the creative music scene, contributing his nimbly distinctive guitar playing and deeply...
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Chuck Deardorf Perception Origin Records Warm, intimate, fluid and expressive, this lovely album evokes the gentle contours and subtle gradations of light portrayed in its alluring cover photographs of sun-flooded forest glens. Seattle bass maestro and longtime...
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Ascension Northwest Big Band Thing Self-released John Coltrane is one and many. After finding religion in 1957, music’s sacred calling pulled him in “Both Directions at Once,” the name of a 1963 “lost album” released this year that has since charted 21 on Billboard’s...
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Jay Thomas with the Oliver Groenewald NewNet I Always Knew Origin Records Like stones polished by the sea, some ideas take time to wash ashore. The thought of a ballads project had been riding the waves of Jay Thomas’ brain for years. A melodic and introspective...
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Chemical Clock Plastic Reality Self-released “Ode to a Great Band” Plastic Reality is Chemical Clock’s final album. Let us all mourn the end of this visionary band. Their music will live on. It is a gift. Synth wizard Cameron Sharif’s compositions are held in a weird...