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Tim Berne's Bloodcount
St. Louis, Missouri
|Tim Berne chronology|
The AllMusic review by William York said "the album is every bit as strong as the group's earlier releases. What's more, the sound quality exceeds that of Bloodcount's other live Screwgun albums, and the performances, while still longer than ten minutes in each case, are a bit more concise than before... Berne's horn playing sounds especially ornery on this album, including some painful shrieks and scrapes that aren't usually part of his style. However, even taking this slight reservation (if one can call it that) into account, Saturation Point is recommendable to anyone interested in Berne's music and especially the Bloodcount quartet".
|The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings|||
All compositions by Tim Berne
- "Is That a Gap?" - 13:17
- "Screwgun" - 10:26
- "Snow White" - 14:24
- "The Opener" - 14:38
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