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John Kelman's Best of 2007

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Selected picks representing the top recorded events in jazz and beyond for 2007....

Jazz New Releases


David Torn
Prezens

(ECM)

Michael Brecker
Pilgrimage

(Heads Up)

Dave Douglas & Keystone
Moonshine

(Greenleaf)



Scott Colley
Architect of the Silent Moment

(Cam Jazz)

Supersilent
8

(Rune Grammofon)

John Abercrombie
The Third Quartet

(ECM)




Sinikka Langeland
Starflowers

(ECM)


Chris Potter
Follow the Red Line

(Sunnyside)

Frisell/Chamberlain
Townsend/Martine
Floratone

(Blue Note)



John Scofield
This Meets That

(Emarcy)

David Liebman Group
Blues All Ways

(OmniTone)

Steve Khan
Borrowed Time

(Tone Center)


Reissues/Historical Releases


Miles Davis
The Complete On The Corner Sessions

(Sony/Legacy)


Bennie Maupin
The Jewel in the Lotus

(ECM)


Donald Fagen
The Nightfly Trilogy

(Reprise)



Oregon
Out of the Woods / Roots in the Sky

(Collector's Choice)


Hugh Hopper
Hopper Tunity Box

(Cuneiform)


Egg
The Civil Surface

(Esoteric)


Progressive/Fusion/Other


Eivind Aarset
Sonic Codex

(Jazzland)

Alan Pasqua
The Antisocial Club

(Cryptogramophone)

Alex Machacek / Jeff Sipe / Matt Garrison
Improvision

(Abstract Logix)



Asaf Sirkis & The Inner Noise
The Song Within

(SAM Productions)

Fripp & Eno
Beyond Even (1992-2006)

(DGM)

Rachel Unthank & The Winterset
The Bairns

(Rabble Rouser)


New Discoveries


One Shot
Ewaz Vader

(Le Triton)

Delta Saxophone Quartet
Dedicated to You...But You Weren't Listening

(MoonJune)


Gwilym Simcock
Perception

(Basho)



Daniel Bernard Roumain
Etudes 4 violin & electronix

(Thirsty Ear)

Michael Harrison
Revelation: Music in Pure Intonation

(Cantaloupe Music)


Erdem Helvacioglu
Altered Realities

(New Albion)

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