- Audio CD (25 Sept. 2007)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Import
- ASIN: B0006ZSILC
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 406,218 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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2007 release from King Crimson bassist and studio maverick Tony Levin. Stick Man , his fifth solo outing, is a breakthrough in numerous ways. It features the Chapman Stick (in addition to his basses) in ways it hasn't been heard before. With 17 tracks, 58 minutes of music, it's a prodigeous release - three tracks have Tony's vocals, the rest are unique sounding Progressive instrumentals. Most of the drumming on the CD is by King Crimson drummer Pat Mastelotto, and Crimson fans will hear some tracks here that are reminiscent of the group. ''Stick Man is a step in a new direction for me. Or perhaps in an old direction, because, from what listeners are telling me, it's come out quite Crimson-like. That could be because of the great participation by Pat Mastelotto on drums and percussion - also I was aiming at more raw, playing-oriented tracks. Backing off from the composition based writing I'd done recently, I've tried to feature not only both sides of the Stick, but some unusual bass techniques and sounds. There are a lot of tracks, (17) and it's mostly instrumental (especially if you consider my shouting not to be a song!)
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I have seen him three times with King Crimson and once with the Stick Men. What a pro!
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I'm rating this effort a four star, after a soild week of listening to the album.