Articles tagged charlie hunter

6 Dec 2011 // 9:00 PM

Stanley Jordan: Friends

2008's State of Nature was no fluke – Stanley Jordan is back in business, full swing.

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6 Apr 2009 // 9:00 PM

Charlie Hunter Quartet

The Boulder Theater’s management put out seats for the audience, but they shouldn’t have bothered. Charlie Hunter and his band were playing dance music, plain and simple.

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Charlie Hunter: Baboon Strength

Charlie Hunter's innovative music explorations continue with this funky, fun adventure.

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4 Nov 2008 // 1:40 AM

Tobacco, Coldplay, The Streets…

Tobacco Truck Sweat [MP3]       Street Trash [Video] Coldplay Lovers in Japan [Video] The Streets Heaven for the Weather [Video] Charlie

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The Best Jazz of 2007

In spite of the perception of jazz as an increasingly niche market, the year's best show a style of music that remains ever youthful in its exploration of new territories, expanding its diversity and range of expression.

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6 Dec 2007 // 9:00 PM

Charlie Hunter: Mistico

Another scruffy-cool groove workout from the prolific guitarist. How many have there been now?

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Charlie Hunter and Bobby Previte as Groundtruther Plus John Medeski: Altitude

The finest of the three recordings from the duo/trio, Altitude is a sonic exploration in both electric and acoustic improvised music that brings it all home.

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Best Jazz of 2006

Will Layman's list of the year's best jazz records, a hearty baker's dozen, includes iconoclasts, eccentrics, avant-gardists, and some downright swingers.

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Bobby Previte: Coalition of the Willing

A "nonjazz" record of assertive instrumental rock from a great downtown drummer -- both political and funky in its intentions, it arrives with purpose.

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Christian McBride: Live at Tonic

A triple-dose of jazz bass monsterhood -- one slice of contemporary fusion followed by two slices of jam-o-rific guest-laden funk. Get your jazz groove on.

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	Charlie Hunter: Songs from the Analog Playground

'Songs from the Analog Playground' may horrify some in the jazz world and will undoubtedly be deemed too far out for Urban radio. What greater recommendation than that do you need?"

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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