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If acid jazz was a hip-hop/funk fusion mediated by the language of jazz, Spaceways make their play from the outer edges of improvisational territory, drawing on Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and the Art Ensemble of Chicago for their inspiration. The group's debut, Trad, is free-jazz/trip-hop of a dense, sophisticated sort, and one which makes certain demands of the listener, the least of which is the abandonment of the hard-and-fast categories that tend to surround the sort of warped genre extrapolation presented here.
© Sean Cooper /TiVo

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1
Time Changes Space
00:00:35

Spaceways, Composer, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

2
At Home With The Snake
00:05:10

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

3
City
00:04:42

Woodward, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

4
Charlie X
00:04:42

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

5
Pink Panza
00:05:38

Woodward, Composer - Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

6
Rice
00:05:13

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

7
Requiem For Ra
00:04:18

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

8
Kurosawa Metts Slow Charlie
00:01:31

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

9
Crimes
00:04:38

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

10
Riding On The Tip
00:04:09

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

11
The Man Who Fell To Easton
00:06:06

Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

12
Death Of A Silent Planet
00:03:18

Spaceways, Composer, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

13
Pinhead Plutonium
00:05:28

Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist - Quasar "King" Percy, Composer

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

14
Better
00:05:12

Woodward, Composer - Bailey, Composer - Spaceways, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

15
Tyner
00:02:49

Spaceways, Composer, Artist, MainArtist

1997 Shadow Records 1997 Copyright Control

Album Description

If acid jazz was a hip-hop/funk fusion mediated by the language of jazz, Spaceways make their play from the outer edges of improvisational territory, drawing on Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, and the Art Ensemble of Chicago for their inspiration. The group's debut, Trad, is free-jazz/trip-hop of a dense, sophisticated sort, and one which makes certain demands of the listener, the least of which is the abandonment of the hard-and-fast categories that tend to surround the sort of warped genre extrapolation presented here.
© Sean Cooper /TiVo

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