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Name  Dominic Duval

Role  Bassist
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Albums  Cries and Whispers, Serious Fun + One, In Finland
Similar People  Jay Rosen, Joe McPhee, Jimmy Halperin, Mark Whitecage, Ivo Perelman

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Dominic Duval (c. 1944 – July 22, 2016) was an American free jazz bassist.

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Since the 1990s, Duval was active principally on the New York City jazz scene. He did not begin recording regularly until the 1990s, but since then had appeared on a very large number of albums, particularly on the labels CIMP, Cadence Jazz, and Leo Records. As a result, Duval was described by Allmusic as "unquestionably...one of the most-recorded free jazz bassists on the planet". Todd Jenkins describes Duval and drummer Jay Rosen as the "house rhythm section" for CIMP, given the number of recordings on which they have jointly appeared. Duval's freedom of expression was paramount in his playing. Duval played his Hutchings bass more often like a violin, guitar or lead saxophone. He displayed fast lines and rich textures. Seldom did he play the bass in a traditional role low pitch rhythmic role. Instead he freely interacted with other members within the ensemble.

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Duval died on July 22, 2016.

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Discography

  • The Wedding Band (CIMP, 1997)
  • State of the Art (CIMP, 1997)
  • Nightbird Inventions (Cadence, 1997)
  • Live in Concert (Cadence, 1998)
  • The Navigator (Leo, 1998)
  • Equinox (Leo, 1999)
  • Under the Pyramid (Leo, 2000)
  • The Experiment (Blue Jackel, 2000)
  • Undersound (Leo, 2000)
  • Asylum (Leo, 2001)
  • Cries and Whispers (Cadence, 1999 [2001])
  • American Scrapbook (CIMP, 2002)
  • Undersound II (Leo, 2003)
  • No Respect (Acoustics, 2003)
  • Rules of Engagement Vol. I (Drimala, 2003)
  • Coming From Us (Quixotic, 2004)
  • Rules of Engagement Vol. II (Drimala, 2004)
  • Monkinus (CIMP, 2006)
  • Mountain Air (CIMP, 2006)
  • Nowhere to Hide (NotTwo, 2008)
  • The Spirit of Things (CIMP, 2008)
  • For the Children (Cadence Jazz, 2008)
  • The Last Dance Volumes 1 and 2 (Cadence, 2009)
  • Monk Dreams (No Business, 2009)
  • Magic (NotTwo, 2010)
  • Park West Suite (Cadence, 2011)
  • As sideman

    With Joe McPhee

  • The Watermelon Suite (CIMP, 1998 [1999]) as Trio X
  • The Dream Book (Cadence, 1998 [1999])
  • Rapture (Cadence, 1999) as Trio X
  • In the Spirit (CIMP, 1999)
  • No Greater Love (CIMP, 1999 [2000])
  • Port of Saints (CjR, 2000 [2006])
  • Angels, Devils & Haints (CjR, 2000 [2009])
  • On Tour (Cadence Jazz, 2001) as Trio X
  • In Black and White (Cadence, 2002) as Trio X
  • Journey (CIMP, 2003) as Trio X
  • The Sugar Hill Suite (CIMP, 2004) as Trio X
  • In Finland (Cadence Jazz, 2004 [2005]) with Matthew Shipp
  • Moods: Playing with the Elements (CIMP, 2005) as Trio X
  • Roulette at Location One (Cadence Jazz, 2005) as Trio X
  • Air: Above and Beyond (CIMPol, 2006) as Trio X
  • 2006 U.S. Tour (CIMPol, 2007) as Trio X
  • Live in Vilnius (NoBusiness, 2008) as Trio X
  • Live On Tour 2008 (CIMPol, 2010) as Trio X
  • Live On Tour 2010 (CIMPol, 2012) as Trio X
  • With Steve Swell

  • Moons of Jupiter (CIMP, 1997)
  • References

    Dominic Duval Wikipedia


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