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Harris Eisenstadt: The Soul and Gone

Drummer Harris Eisenstadt’s post-tonal compositions for sextet are interesting, yet his band never seems entirely comfortable with the material on The Soul and Gone. There’s a great deal of quiet shambling in place–quick exchanges of random, noisy gestures–and lots of clinking and clanking, insecure entries and exits. The uncertainty is conspicuous.

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