Gary Thomas

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Krentz Ratings:
Seventh Quadrant (1987), 6/10
Code Violations (1988), 7/10
By Any Means Necessary (1989), 6.5/10
The Kold Kage (1991), 6/10

Tenor saxophonist and flutist Gary Thomas (1961) established himself in the 1980s as one of the most jarring soloists of his generation, especially against somewhat chaotic backdrops such as the electronic-tinged accompaniment of guitar, keyboards, bass and drums on Seventh Quadrant (april 1987) and Code Violations (july 1988). He kept antagonizing the tradition of jazz with By Any Means Necessary (may 1989), featuring (among others) alto saxophonist Greg Osby, keyboardist Geri Allen, guitarist John Scofield, bassist Anthony Cox and percussionist Nana Vasconcelos, and The Kold Kage (june 1991), that experimented with synthesizer, turntable and rapping, always displaying a passion for uncharted territories.. (Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx)

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