QEW - Darren Johnston / Fred Frith / Devin Hoff / Larry Ochs / Ches Smith - Reasons For Moving (CD, Album)

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  1. These interests have coalesced into his primary ensemble of late, Darren Johnston’s Broken Shadows. He has performed and/or recorded with luminaries such as Fred Frith, ROVA Sax Quartet, Myra Melford, Ben Goldberg, Matt Wilson, Mark Dresser, Marshall Allen, Marcus Shelby, and .
  2. Jan 12,  · In , Reasons for Moving, then comprised of Frith/Ochs/Johnston with Devon Hoff on bass and Ches Smith on drums, made a critically celebrated recording for Not Two Records, mixing elements of jazz, rock, and art music from around the world.
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  4. Oct 24,  · Reasons for Moving is Darren Johnston (trumpet), Fred Frith (electric & prepared guitar), Larry Ochs (tenor & sopranino saxophones), Jason Hoopes (bass) and Jordan Glenn (drums).. Initiated by Darren Johnston and imagined originally as a one-off recording project, this un-categorizable quintet spearheaded collaboratively now by Johnston, Frith and Ochs .
  5. "This is the first duo effort to be released by Canada-born, but long time contributor to the San Francisco Bay Area scene trumpeter Darren Johnston, and the legendary guitar iconoclast Fred Frith. They can also be heard together on the fine release Reasons For Moving, (Not Two, ), alongside Larry Ochs, Devin Hoff and Ches Smith, but in this more intimate musical .
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  7. Darren Johnston / Fred Frith / Devin Hoff / Larry Ochs / Ches Smith: Darren Johnston / Fred Frith / Devin Hoff / Larry Ochs / Ches Smith - Reasons For Moving ‎ (CD, Album) Not Two Records: Poland: Sell This Version.
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