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Matt Piet

Released: 2018
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From: Live At Constellation Improvisation One Improvisation Two Improvisation Three From: at the Hungry Brain A Tad Forward Aluminum Ally Trialogue Assembly Required Shan't Be Gone Long From: Live at Elastic Arts I IIa IIb Iic


Matt Piet
Matt Piet


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Matt Piet, piano Charlie Kirchen, bass Julian Kirshner, drums

Album Description

Pianist Matt Piet is joined by other notable rising Chicago improvisers Charlie Kirchen on bass and Julian Kirchner on drums. This compilation of three albums tracks the live, in-performance progress of three improvising musicians over six months: from autumn of 2016 to spring of 2017. "Live In Chicago" chronicles: three up-and-coming young improvisers in their first three live performances together as a trio at three of Chicago's most essential outlets for improvised music. "Matt Piet has so much to say and this [trio] becomes the perfect vehicle for it." - Philip Coombs, Free Jazz Collective Compilation Features: Three Matt Piet Trio Albums -Live At Constellation -at the... more credits released April 25, 2018 "Live at Constellation" Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Dan Nichols "at the Hungry Brain" and "Live at Elastic Arts" Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Dave Zuchowski Album artwork by Lewis Achenbach Painted live 10/22/2016 3X4FT acrylic on panel 2017©lewisachenbach/ARS


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