by John HartJohn Hart


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Guitarist John Hart's Indivisible is full of constant surprises. Hart, bassist Bill Moring, and drummer Tim Horner had worked together on and off for 20 years at the time of this recording and on a regular basis since 2000, so the musical communication between the musicians is quite impressive. On some selections, Hart plays in a laid-back introspective post-bop style a bit reminiscent of Jim Hall and to a lesser extent John Scofield. But other numbers are more rock-oriented (while still being jazz) à la John Scofield. "Awakening" sounds a bit like flamenco, there are hints of Indian music on some numbers, and "The Thing" is mostly a fairly free improvisation. Listeners hearing this CD for the first time will never be quite sure what will happen next style-wise, and, even after listening to it multiple times, there will still be surprises to discover. This is an intriguing set of explorative music, one of John Hart's best to date.

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Release Date: 10/05/2004
Label: Hep Records
UPC: 0603366208822
catalogNumber: 2088
Rank: 10433

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