Mark Dresser: Tines Of Change

The Californian bassist expands the range of the bass with tines and pickups and produces sounds by turns floating, gutteral and everyday

The concept of a solo bass album can be a daunting prospect at the best of times for some jazz enthusiasts and given the experimental proclivities of a musician like Mark Dresser it could be even more challenging. Given Dresser’s close to 10 years in the Anthony Braxton group and his associations with the likes of Henry Threadgill, Myra Melford, Tim Berne et al, the listener can guess in advance Tines Of Change is not going to be an easy listen.

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