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From Two Balconies
Review by Gary Hill
As a bass player, I have to love any band whose sound is built around two bassists.

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Julie Slick
Review by Gary Hill
Interview with Julie Slick from 2010
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Julie Slick
Review by Grant Hill
Interview with Julie Slick from 2012
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Julie Slick
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Interview with Julie Slick from 2017


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Julie Slick - Julie Slick
Review by Gary Hill
Julie Slick is a bass player who came to the attention of many through her work in the Adrian Belew Power Trio.

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Adrian Belew - Live in Buffalo, New York, March 2008
Review by Sonya Kukcinovich Hill and Grant Hill
Adrian Belew: A legendary name, brought into the limelight by the great Frank Zappa, mainstay of King Crimson fame for the past 27 years, edgy contributor to Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, and The Talking Heads, session guy to countless others of nearly every modern musical persuasion, and intricate, creative band leader of his power trio,  lyricist and fine artist, and a  middle aged bundle of energy.
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Marco Machera - One Time, Somewhere
Review by Grant Hill

Italian progressive music intrigues me, and while I cannot claim great expertise from much knowledge of the European progressive community, I can tell you this one thing for certain: Marco Machera is a very intriguing, insightful composer and performer.


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Adrian Belew - Side Four
Review by Sonya Kukcinovich Hill
Side Four is The Adrian Belew Power Trio live follow up to his already well received Sides One, Two and Three.
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Julie Slick - Terroir
Review by Grant Hill
I’d been waiting to get my hands on a copy of Terroir since Julie Slick announced she was working on it many months ago.
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Adrian Belew - The Adrian Belew Power Trio Live in Buffalo, New York, October 2011
Review by Grant Hill

The “Two of a Perfect Trio” tour was a well-publicized series of concerts by the Adrian Belew power Trio and Tony Levin’s Stick Men.


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