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Anthony Braxton performs at Le Poisson Rouge.
June 24, 2010 Flanked by members of his 12+2tet on the stage of Le Poisson Rouge, multi-reedist and composer Anthony Braxton couldn't have looked happier. Hear the 12+2tet performance, plus Braxton's surprise spot with his former quartet featuring Marilyn Crispell, Mark Dresser and Gerry Hemmingway.
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July 26, 2004 David Greenberger reviews a new CD by Marilyn Crispell. She is considered one of the most versatile pianists of her generation. Over the years Crispell has released several solo recordings but on her new CD, Storyteller, she is joined by the drummer Paul Motian and bassist Mark Helias.
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May 11, 2004 Lo-fi folk from Miami's Iron and Wine; Avant-garde jazz pianist Marilyn Crispell; Polynesia's 126-member Tahitian Choir; Light chamber pop from Camera Obscura; An album never meant to be from Ric Menck; Israeli Beatle pop from the Rockfour. Featured Artist: Arto Lindsay.
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