eMusic review by Dave Sumner

CF 276Harris Eisenstadt September Trio – The Destructive Element (cf 276)
A skeletal system formed of the blues, but like many Eisenstadt recordings, bones tend to warp and bend and dematerialize in ways not exactly human. But though this does possess many of the avant-garde characteristics of a typical Eisenstadt recording, it permeates a down home ambiance that’s tough not to fall for. Many tracks take the form of ballads, and held in combination with the blues, those were raw materials that Eisenstadt’s trio seemed to relish taking their time shaping, and that’s what gives the album much of its down-home demeanor. Highly Recommended.
http://www.emusic.com/17dots/2013/05/29/new-jazz-this-week-christian-muthspiel-harris-eisenstadt-terence-blanchard-more/

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