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Audio CD, October 1, 1998
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Vibist Ben Thomas plays in a spirited, breezy manner on this CD featuring Brazilian pianist Jovino Santos Neto in a duel attack to Thomas's nine compositions. It is an extremely well-played album that includes four quintet tracks with soprano sax to supplement the quartet. Thomas' music is about the rhythm that underlies the many intricate communications that transpire between Neto and him. The two set a pace that keeps flowing with constant sparkle, and Thomas is lyrical and at the same time inventive with his multi-phonic tone. This well-executed album has many interesting facets to recommend it. - Cadence Magazine. Originally released in 1998.

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"Thomas' music is about the rhythm that underlies the many intricate communications that transpire between Neto and him. The two set a pace that keeps flowing with constant sparkle. They seem to inspire each other with regular improvisatorial banter, continually interweaving one sound around the other. On "The Big Orange Concrete Snow Disc," they play the only duet of the album. It is a fine example of their compatibility and responsiveness to each other. Burton & Corea set the standard for this form of music, yet Thomas and Neto have attempted to carve their own identity. This same successful interplay permeates the other tunes as well, giving the album a fast-paced gait and vitality. Thomas closes with a vibes solo. He is lyrical and at the same time inventive with his multi-phonic tone. This well executed and enjoyable album has many interesting facets to recommend it." -Cadence Review
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