Not This Time
Dog Leg Dilemma
This Must Be Why I Came Home
Roll with the Hunches
(Part One) Are You Sure About this
(Part Two) Not This Time
Shadow Puppet Patrol
Nothing Always Doesn't Change
CFRC 109.5 (Kingston Ontario)
CJSR 88.5 fm (Edmonton, Alberta)
CJUM (UMFM 101.5 fm) (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
CKLU 96.7 fm (Sudbury, Ontario)
WWPV 92.5 fm (Burlington, Ontario)
WKPS, The Lion 90.7 fm (Pennsylvania)
WGXC 90.7 FM, The Jazz Disturbance (New York)
ArtX fm (Online)
WUWF 88.1 (Florida)
WICN 90.5 fm (New England)
WBCX 89.1 FM (Georgia)
Modern Jazz Today (Online)
Hawaii Public Radio
WSLR 96.5 (Florida)
Radio ARA, Luxembourg
WWSP Jazz/World/Plus (Wisconsin)
CKVL 100.1 - La Voix de la Communité (QC)
HPR - Hawaii Public Radio
CKIA 88.3 - Radio Urbaine (QC)
One Man's Jazz - www.onemansjazz.ca (Manitoba)
Anima Jazz with Bruno Pollacci - animajazz.eu
BTR - BreakThroughRadio.com
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What the Critics Say:
"The spiritual great grand children of Spike Jones, these jazzbo rebels without a cause are a first class diversion that'll fry your brain as you try to follow along. Strap in here if a wild ride is on your to do list."
Chris Spector – The Midwest Record
"The seven originals are unlike anything you might be currently listening to… It’s a fun-filled roller coaster ride that straddles metal, disco, reggae, rock ‘n’ roll, funk, fusion, worldbeat, jazz and movie soundtracks."
Mike Greenblatt – The Aquarian Weekly
"[DLD] are a change from bands mired in the 1960s. Starting the CD with This Must Be Why I Came Home with an ersatz emcee’s comments leading into a jazz- rock polka also shows a sense of self-deprecating fun."
Ken Waxman – The WholeNote
"Dog Leg Dilemma performs seven richly conceived Bull compositions that sway from post bop to heavy metal… Clever melodies are in abundance… Ironic titles, but rewarding music."
George W. Harris – Jazz Weekly
"…their high-talent, high-energy romps through jazz landscapes like you’ve never heard before are filled with something often lacking in today’s jazz scene – PURE unadulterated GLEE! … These folks are masters of creating sonic environments where you’re not sure what’s going to come next, that is (for this reviewer, anyway) a very, VERY good thing!"
Dick Metcalf – Improvijazzation Nation
"The resulting collage of disparate rhythms, textures, melodic structures and styles is outlandish, chaotic, humorous, utterly unpredictable, and entertaining. …This is not music for the faint of heart. Nor is it a ponderously cerebral thought-experiment. It's an explosion of form astute and appealingly lighthearted, as off-kilter as it is absorbing. [3 Stars]"
Franz A. Matzner – All About Jazz