A View of The Moon (from The Sun)
Mette Rasmussen & Chris Corsano
"Once again they share a predilection for timbral exploration laced with good old-fashioned blow outs. -John Sharpe, All About Jazz"
The Beloved Music
Paul Flaherty & Chris Corsano
"Buoyed by flowing swells of tom skin, The Beloved Music is an aural analog to Clyfford Still's caked oils or Richard Serra's manhandled lead. Flaherty and Corsano make music that is here, and they don't give a shit if you're around to love it or not. -Clifford Allen, Bagatellen"
Paul Flaherty / Greg Kelley / Chris Corsano
"The second offering from Flaherty & Corsano is a trio disc with Boston-based trumpeter Greg Kelley. Released in July, 2002, on Flaherty's new imprint Wet Paint, with Paul's artwork gracing the front cover."
Paul G. Smyth & Chris Corsano
"We're up to our knees in duo and small group improv discs, so it takes something special to stand out. This one's a genuine keeper. —The Wire"
No Place to Fall
Rodrigo Amado & Chis Corsano
""A new chapter in the tradition of the great tenor-drums duets!" - Ulrich Jonas"
The Dim Bulb
Steve Baczkowski / Chris Corsano / Paul Flaherty
"Veteran underground alto/tenor saxophonist Paul Flaherty and his much-younger compadre, drummer Chris Corsano, have a bond. As a duo, they most often sound like a thundering herd of elephants, with Corsano cast as the thundering herd and Flaherty as the elephants, or like Indians in an old western charging the cowboys on galloping horseback and in full war cry. The Dim Bulb introduces baritone player Steve Baczkowski, an even farther underground free improviser from Buffalo and the effect is at once overwhelming and exhilarating. The music flickers like electricity in a brownout, straining to sustain itself, then surging to incandescence. -Jeff Stockton"