Pianist Bob Gluck
's 2007 recording Electric Brew
is featured in the June 2009 issue of Keyboard magazine. Naming Gluck Unsigned Artist of the Month," writer Michael Gallant wrote: Composer Bob Gluck combines lithe piano playing with processed shofar (ram’s horn) and a wide variety of computer-sourced sonics to create an engaging tapestry of living sound... Electric Brew
is a welcome reminder of what magic can happen when rules are not so much broken, but taken out of the equation completely. Highly recommended."
In his premiere recording as a pianist, Bob Gluck creates a rich musical feast of works that integrate pianism and electronics in new and innovative ways. Inspired by the late 1960s work of jazz pioneer Miles Davis, Gluck's improvisations are imaginative and original. More information about Electric Brew can be found here.
Bob Gluck's latest recording, the trio outing Sideways was released on the British jazz label, FMR, in 2008. He is now at work on a recording, 'Synapse Brothers' featuring guitarist John Myers and noted sound designer Patrick Gleeson.
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