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John Carlson - Free Range Rat Download

  • Performer: John Carlson
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Title: Free Range Rat
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Free Jazz, Hard Bop
  • Label: CIMP
  • Catalog: CIMP 189
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1861 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2591 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 043


1Petrified Creatures
2Range Rat Ramble
3African Flower
4If You Came From Nowhere Here
5Spiritural Ending
7I Dearly Surrender
8Angel Race
9Where Do You Hide When Do You Hear Me?
10The Satellites Are Spinning
11Love In Outer Space


  • BassShawn McGloin
  • DrumsScott Neumann
  • Tenor SaxophoneEric Hipp
  • TrumpetJohn Carlson


cimp release
all four names are credited on the cover, no nominal leader for the quartet


  • Recorded At – The Spirit Room


Album 1998 11 Songs. Range Rat Ramble. You cannot help hearing the ghost of the classic Ornette Coleman Quartet, as trumpeter Carlson evokes the ragged sound of Don Cherry, while his partners - tenor saxophonist Eric Hipp, bassist Shawn McGloin, and drummer Scott Neumann - stomp along in electrifying camaraderie. Free Range Rat, 1998. John Carlson. Play4a, 03:11. Now playing: Dua Lipa Don't Start Now Regard Remix. Радио Позитиff. Phil Collins In the Air Tonight. Роковый Шторм. Nut Club - Free Range Rat. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Free Range Rat is composed of uniformly strong players: John Carlson trumpet and flugelhorn, Eric Hipp tenor sax, Shawn McGloin bass, and George Schuller drums and percussion, sometimes with special guest Douglas Yates clarinets. Free Range Rat plays what they call cosmosonic read more. Free Range Rat. John Carlson Artist, Contributor, Eric Hipp Artist, Shawn McGloin Artist, Scott Neumann Artist & 1 more Format: Audio CD. Free Range Rat: The Satellites are Spinning, Hipp-Hopp, So Much Trouble in the World и другие песни. Free Range Rat features John Carlson, trumpet Eric Hipp, tenor sax Shawn McGloin, bass and Scott Neumann, drums. The program includes Ellingtons African Flower, four Sun Ra tunes, and original writing from Carlson and Hipp. Broadly speaking, the quartets approach here is like early Ornette or Don Cherry groups: the rhythm team keep a solid swing going while the horns play freely over the top. Its a formula thats no longer earth-shaking, but for free-form fans interested in music, not formulae, this enthusiastic group will be a pleasant surprise