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Japanese fusion from T Square, plus Jacek Kochan and Aaron parks

Read "Japanese fusion from T Square, plus  Jacek Kochan  and Aaron parks" reviewed by Len Davis


Japanese band T Square, little known music from Serbia with Bosque Sound Community, Greek Bassist Yiorgos Fakanas, pianist Aaron Parks and Tom Coster.Playlist T Square “Megalith" from NEW-S (Sony) 00:00 Jacek Kochan “What's In the Bag" from Life, Stress and Other Pleasures (Self Produced) 06:57 Bosque Sound Community “UP, Pt 1" from Shambala (The State 51) 13:50 Yiorgos Fakanas “Topaz Pt 1" from Topaz (Self Produced) 20:51 Aaron Parks “Digital Society" from Little Big (Ropeadope) 27:57 Tom Coster ...

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Selections Of Some New Releases From 2020

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Music from Aaron Parks, Dusan Jevtovic, Billy Childs and more. Playlist Aaron Parks “Attention Earthlings" from Little Big 2-Dreams of a Mechanical Man (Ropeadope) 00:00 Rymden “Terminal One" from Space Sailors (Jazzlandl) 06:21 Dusan Jevtovic “Si Pooro" from Now You See Me (Self Produced) 12:41 Bosque “Escape From Urumchi" from escape From Urumchi (Metropolisl) 19:06 Andre Quatarone “Next Nexus" from Next Nexus (Xtramuse) 25;26 Michael Bester “The Way Forward" from Now Not Yet (Self Produced) 31:49 Fahir Atakoglu ...

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Radio & Podcasts

A Jazz Immuno-Booster: Part 5

Read "A Jazz Immuno-Booster: Part 5" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


Back to popular demand! Here's some more musical therapy for these trying times, the fifth installment of this popular mix-tape series, featuring selections by Tim Berne, Theo Bleckmann, Stefano Bollani, Tommaso Cappellato, Taylor Ho Bynum, Dominique Fils-Aimé, Mats Gustaffson, Maya Keren, Brad Mehldau, Aaron Parks, Rosa Brunello and Ben Wendel. Happy listening! Stay safe and sane with the help of great music! For details on the tunes see the playlist below. If you're curious about the ...

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Interview

Aaron Parks: Finding the Way to Little Big

Read "Aaron Parks: Finding the Way to Little Big" reviewed by Jiaowei Hu


"Always beginning. Often perplexed. Drawn to beauty and to the absurd. I play piano, write songs, and take pictures of doors with my phone. A bit odd." So is the pianist's own account on his website, written in a few scribbled sentences. About a decade ago, Aaron Parks created much of a stir through his debut album Invisible Cinema (Blue Note Records, 2008). In the cover image, the then new star was standing right before a closing door. Ten years ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Aaron Parks on Music, Mathematics and Making the Scene

Read "Aaron Parks on Music, Mathematics and Making the Scene" reviewed by Leo Sidran


How does pianist Aaron Parks describe himself? “A bit odd. I play piano, write songs, and take pictures of doors with my phone." Raised on a small island near Seattle, Washington, Aaron found himself hungry for more creative and intellectual stimulation than his immediate surroundings could offer. He enrolled in college at the age of 14, studying music, math and computer science. It wasn't long before he dropped the math and computer stuff and focused on music; he ...

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Album Review

Aaron Parks: Little Big

Read "Little Big" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Pianist/composer Aaron Parks' recording career began when, at the impressionable age of eighteen, he signed on with Terrence Blanchard and recorded several noted albums with the trumpeter, most notably the soundtrack to Spike Lee's Invisible Man and Blanchard's own, Grammy winning A Tale of God's Will (Requiem for Katrina (Blue Note, 2007). In the creative interim there have been other recording ventures, including his highly regarded Blue Note Records debut, Invisible Cinema (2008), and his elemental solo excursion on ECM, ...

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Album Review

Aaron Parks: Little Big

Read "Little Big" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


The press release for highly praised keyboard/composer Aaron Parks's (Kurt Rosenwinke, Terence Blanchard) latest album states: “after experimenting with various lineups and sessions, Parks landed on three musicians ideally suited for this atmospheric, genre-bending new work." And after listening to this inspiring session it's easy to discern why Parks needed time and a bit of prudence to fulfil his personalized mission of original genre-hopping compositions, that gel to a synergistic group-focused vibe. Here, it seems that the artist has reached ...


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