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From left, Marc Ribot (guitar), Chad Taylor (drums) and Henry Grimes (bass) performed at the Village Vanguard in New York City on Wednesday, June 27, 2012.
June 28, 2012 The guitarist has played in just about every conceivable setting. For this live concert, his trio takes on Albert Ayler, John Coltrane, dirty blues, punk energy and fully liberated improvisation.
Marc Ribot performs with Ceramic Dog at All Tomorrow's Parties.
October 5, 2011 Ceramic Dog inspired some spontaneous and spastic gyration in the Paramount Theatre seats.
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January 5, 2011 Guitarist and composer Marc Ribot's latest album, Silent Movies, pays tribute to film scores. The creation of the album, he says, allowed him to express his more lyrical side.
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May 20, 2009 He's a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame producer, songwriter, pianist, singer and New Orleans native. And now he's made one of the best jazz albums of 2009. Toussaint brings a diverse cast to the Vanguard.
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July 4, 2008 Marc Ribot has established a reputation as a guitar original — someone who crosses genres to create good music. Reviewer David Was shares his thoughts on Party Intellectuals, the debut recording from Ribot's band Ceramic Dog.
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December 1, 2000 On this fifth edition of NPR's All Songs Considered, you'll hear the edgy guitar of Marc Ribot; a Cuban doo wop style band, Los Zafiros; the amazing tuba of Patrick Sheridan; dreams of the Nile with Hamza El Din; Bach performed on a baroque violin by Rachel Podger; the Beach Boys without the singing and a band you may never have heard, Monkeyworks.
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