Mark Corroto’s Best Releases 2010

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Who says jazz is dying? This was one of the best years for music, at least to these ears. Here's a list of my favorite discs of 2010.

Jazz New Releases

Nels Cline/OJM


Magnus Broo
Swedish Wood


Allison Miller
Boom Tic Boom

(Foxhaven Records)

Jason Moran

(Blue Note)

Jason Adasiewicz
Sun Rooms


Dan Weiss Trio


Scanner with The Post Modern Jazz Quartet
Blink Of An Eye

(Thirsty Ear)

Jerome Sabbagh
I Will Follow You

(Bee Jazz}

Tomas Fujiwara & The Hook Up

(482 Music)

Evan Parker/ Barry Guy/ Paul Lytton/ Peter Evans
Scenes In The House Of Music

(Clean Feed)

Bernardo Sassetti Trio

(Clean Feed)

The Vandermark 5 Special Edition
The Horse Jumps And The Ship Is Gone

(Not Two Records)

Mose Allison
The Way Of The World

Peter Brötzmann/ Paal Nilsson-Love
(Smalltown Superjazz)

Geof Bradfield
African Flowers

(Origin Records)

Historic Releases

Archie Shepp
The New York Contemporary Five


Wadada Leo Smith/ Ed Blackwell
The Blue Mountain's Sun Drummer

(Meta Records)

John Zorn/ George Lewis/ Bill Frisell
More News For Lulu


Loren Connors & Jim O'Rourke
Are You Going To Stop...In Bern?


Art Pepper
Unreleased Vol. V, Stuttgart

(Widow's Taste)

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