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Album Review

The Five Corners Quintet: Chasin' The Jazz Gone By

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Chasin' The Jazz Gone By is the product of producer Tuomas Kallio, who wanted to recreate, using both analog and digital equipment, the sound and the visceral coolness of jazz from the 1950s and 1960s, which means the Blue Note sound of hard bop. And make no mistake, this record is very, very cool, deeply enjoyable in an almost time-warp way. The Five Corners Quintet actually exists in two forms, live and recorded. The live group routinely ...

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Live Review

The Five Corners Quintet at Dizzy's Club-Coca Cola

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The Five Corners QuintetDizzy's Club-Coca ColaNew York CityJune 11, 2007 During the Spring at Dizzy's Club, Monday nights are generally set aside for program called Upstarts!, and on this night the music and band were from Finland. The Five Corners Quintet comes with the mission of bringing jazz to a new, young audience, getting them physically moving, even dancing. Their jazz style of choice is from the golden age of hard ...


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