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Boomkat Product Review:
Jack Wright lays down a whole disc's worth of monumentally impressive solo alto sax recordings on The Indeterminate Existence, taking some cues from the idiom-expanding sonic experimentation of Evan Parker, whose vocal-styled squawks and splutters are incorporated into Wright's impressive sense of melody and bebop fluency. Clocking in at over an hour , only the bravest of free improv explorers need apply, but the reward will be ample. Anyone who was floored by Paul Flaherty's unaccompanied solo disc Whirl Of Nothingness will want to investigate Wright's world of advanced breathing pyrotechnics without delay. It's notable that this music was recorded back in the '80s, yet it fits in so well amongst the current wave of extreme jazz-inspired improv artists.