Artists: Marty Ehrlich and Anthony Cox Album: Falling Man Label: Muse Recording Dates: 03 October-03 November 1989 Description: Multi-reed player Marty Ehrlich has built a bracing body of work, from the early 1980s onward. He's been a key player in ensembles lead by others, and has concurrently showcased his own writing on albums bearing his name. This is a set of ten duets. All are originals by either of the players, with the exception of Jaki Byard's 'Bird's mother' and the standard 'You don't Know What Love Is'. The duo context is fully explored, with space proving a key component throughout. Ehrlich's 'Lament In Passing' is richly detailed, utilizing just bass and flute. 'Wheel, Dice' is a fine slice of post-bop propulsion composed by Cox. The pair of jointly written numbers were borne out of improvisations and nicely contrast with one another, besides contrasting with the other more formally composed pieces. "...They're supremely attentive to each other's moves, and springboard off some lovely melodies..." [Down Beat] Personnel: Marty Ehrlich [soprano, alto & tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute, alto flute] Anthony Cox [bass] Performances: 01 - Falling Man [04:58] 02 - Lament in Passing [05:45] 03 - Wheels, Dice [04:52] 04 - Phantoms [03:47] 05 - The Terrible Twos [03:05] 06 - Segue [02:03] 07 - Bird's Mother [05:14] 08 - The Protector [03:21] 09 - You Don't Know What Love Is [07:27] 10 - Mississippi House [04:51] Liner Scans: Yes Format: MP3 Extraction: EAC v1.0 beta 2 [Exact Audio Copy] File Size: 105 MiB Posting Date: 03 January 2012 Posting Group: alt.binaries.sounds.mp3.jazz PAR2: 3 Universal Blocks [2^2 - 1] - (Repairs any 3 3918848 Byte Articles) Maximum Part Size: 536870912 Bytes [2^30 / 2]; 2% Recovery Volumes [REV] Maximum Articles/Part: 137 <http://tiny.cc/New137/ yEnc Lines: 30616 [(2^30 / 2) / (2^7 * 137)] More from Isis: <http://tiny.cc/IsisCD/ & <http://tiny.cc/IsisMP3/ Movies Anyone?: <http://tiny.cc/Isis55423 "Something Old; Something New; Something Borrowed; Something Blue"