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01. Bill Orcutt—A History of Every One (Editions Mego—2013).
Lo stile chitarristico di Bill Orcutt è folle, bluesy e assolutamente unico. Questo nuovo disco è sorprendente.

02. Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog—Your Turn (Northern Spy—2013).
Ho atteso questo disco a lungo. Costruito perfettamente cattura l'energia e la temerarietà della band.

03. Seaven Teares—Power Ballads (Northern Spy—2013).
Sono una fan di Charlie Looker fin da quando ero ragazzina. Disco sontuoso, misterioso e intenso.

04. Joe Morris/Agusti Fernandez/Nate WooleyFrom the Discrete to the Particular (Relative Pitch—2012).
Alcuni dei miei improvvisatori preferiti si danno convegno in questo disco. Registrazione di altissima qualità.

05. Joey BaronJust Listen (Relative Pitch—2013).
Non ho mai sentito Bill Frisell e Joey Baron esibirsi come duo prima di questo disco. Qui suonano in un contesto perfetto per ascoltarli in una dimensione intima e raccolta.

06. Marc DucretTower, Vol. 3 (Ayler Records—2013).
Incredibili composizioni e incredibili esecuzioni di Marc Ducret. Potente, paziente, intenso. Grande band e strumentazione veramente interessante.

07. Robert Wyatt'68 (Cuneiform—2013).
Disco contenete materiale inedito del 1968. Incredibile fin dalla prima nota. Come fan di Wyatt, considero già questo disco un classico.

08. Elliott Smith—From a Basement on the Hill (ANTI---2004).
Ho scoperto tardi Elliott Smith ed ora ne sono quasi ossessionata, l'anno scorso ho comprato tutti i suoi dischi. Attualmente sono infatuata di questo.

09. Marilyn CrispellNothing Ever Was, Anyway: The Music of Annette Peacock (ECM—1997).
Recentemente sto riascoltando alcuni vecchi CD della ECM che acquistai quando frequentavo il college. Questo disco e quello indicato sotto risplendono ancora oggi come allora.

10. Roscoe MitchellNine to Get Ready (ECM—1999).

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