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Anishana: Corners of the Sky

Read "Corners of the Sky" reviewed by Jack Bowers


What a pleasant surprise. When a group named Anishana records an album built around Native American themes and concepts, the inclination is to withhold judgment while preparing for the worst. Yes, Anishana is an Algonquin-derived term meaning “where do you come from?" And yes, Anishana loosely bases the music in Corners of the Sky on Native American customs and beliefs. The good news is that those indigenous Americans evidently had jazz chops no one suspected and swung like plumage in ...

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Steve Langone Group: Finders Keepers

Read "Finders Keepers" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Out of that seemingly unlikely hotbed of jazz, New Bedford, Mass., from Whaling City Sounds, comes another sharp-edged, straight ahead outing: Finders Keepers from The Steve Langone Group. Whaling City Sounds has given us Dan Moretti's fine trio outing, Once Through) ; and Don Govoni's Breaking Out , a very solid sax-in-front-of rhythm set; and now drummer Steve Langone gets his chance to strut his musical stuff in his debut as a leader.The group sports a ...


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