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To put a. Nabatov, whose other playing partners have included German trombonist Nils Wogram and German reedist Frank Gratkowski isn't merely reactive in his improvising.

No, the reason why it works is simply because each improviser meets the other halfway. More disciplined, yes; leaving more space to the other player, yes; but cooling down?

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At the same time, neither improviser falls into the neo-con trap of imitation rather than picking and choosing -- plus mixing and matching -- their influences. His hands are as busy as ever, they simply hit quieter, using more brushes than sticks. And Bennink loves to swing.

Definitely two-handed here, the ib ranges all over, using tremolos to emphasize different note clusters or rumbling in the bass clef. Nabatov's internalized understanding of jazz history -- modern and pre-modern as well as avant -- dovetails comfortably with the drummer's predilection for earlier jazz styles. Please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for this new service.

And he is not doing that here either. One could ascribe Bennink's cooperation to age, though he hasn't shown a lessening of power elsewhere. Also, if someone sent a huge picture that you don't want to wait for, STOP will help you there as well. His drumbeats can easily mask the sounds of associates, up to and including the members of a big band.


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Ken Waxman. He who knows nothing is nearer the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. Well, lo and behold, Chat Room turns out to be both civilized and exciting. From his earliest playing days, Dutch drummer Han Bennink has seemed to have imperial ambitions -- his bombastic percussion attack could take over any session more quickly and efficiently than Stalinists ever subdued a Eastern European satellite.

Nabatov then introduces a sort of Tartar-modified stride piano line, spurring the drummer to abandon his rickety-tick beat for Kenny Clarke-like bebop cymbal moves. Another piece finds him pressing Styrofoam blocks against the copper and steel strings for the proper metallic sound -- that often sounds like dripping coffee in the Maxwell House commercial -- as he snakes on top of and behind the keyboard. If your browser seems to hang, that is probably why. Using plenty of left-handed accents he lets the drummer roll and ruff to his heart's content.

Chat Room is a surprise session, quickly breaking down your expectations and building them back up as the freshness of the music wins you over. And in such beautiful instant pieces as "The Lost One" and "Sorrow," who wouldn't? Char can proceed by pressing the STOP button - in most cases you'll get all the text, just not all the pictures.

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Bennink, whose room of piano partners stretches from Belgian Fred Van Hove to American Myra Melford, is, as always, unperturbed, reacting with a cymbal thwack response to one movement and a steady reverberating bounce to the other. While superficially Nabatov's clustered harmonics played adagio, silences and Impressionistic single note timbres may resemble those of the older keyboardist, the sustained intensity he gets from high frequency chat work is much moscow.

What this metaphoric query has to do with the CD is clearer than it appears at first once you listen to it. The drummer will not be cooling down because of age any time soon. While most use of this chat room will be scheduled, you are welcome goom use it at other times.

His brushwork also sets up "The Lost One", the session's most distinctive collaboration. Frankly the real reason is probably that Bennink is enamoured enough with the pianist's conception that he wants to mosvow rather than upset it. But what animal characterizes the Netherlands the way the bear symbolizes Russia?

Perhaps it's because the Russian bear -- in this case Moscow-born Nabatov -- improvises aggressively enough himself that he can contain the Dutchman's musical imperialism. And he can swing.

Later, sharp, Monkish arpeggiations and more formalistic EuroImprov echoes reconstitute themselves as brief motifs that gradually coalesce like short stories of sound into the musical anthology that is this instant composition. It would be too easy to say that Nabatov has managed to tame the wild horse come on, even Misha Mengelberg is not able to do that even after trying for four decades. The pianist exhibits some stylish, almost effortless, dramatic blues variation featuring high-pitched tremolos and right handed dips, while the drummer seems to be alternately swiping at and wiping the snares with his brushes.

It does force Bennink back to brushes the end. Please be respectful of others - try not to send huge inline. Than again this sustain is needed to locate his nexus in a soundfield alive with hard strokes and rebounds, cymbal cracks and idiosyncratic snare syncopation arising from the percussion stool. The soft bopping romanticism of pianist Simon Nabatov should have been blown to smithereens by the runaway train that is Han Bennink.

In fact, Bennink sounds happy to follow Nabatov's lead. His high frequency note placement is much closer to busy s modernists like Herbie Nichols, then to Mengelberg's more hesitant style. Francois Couture Jazzword Containing the bear has been used as an expression to describe putting a brake on Russia's imperial advances from the time of the czars through the heyday of the expansionist Soviet Union.