Mark Corroto’s Best Releases of 2012

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To paraphrase Mark Twain, the reports of the death of jazz have been greatly exaggerated. 2012 has been an outstanding year for jazz and improvised music. Here is a list of some of the best.

Stephen Gauci

(Not Two Records)
Matt Wilson/Arts & Crafts Attitude For Gratitude

Rivers/Holland/Altschul Reunion: Live In New York (Pi Recordings)

Angles 5 By Way Of Deception (Clean Feed) Steve Lehman Dialect Fluorescent (Pi Recordings) New Zion Trio Fight Against Babylon (Veal Records)

Smith/Moholo-Moholo Ancestors (TUM Records) Federico Ughi Songs For Four Cities (Skycap Records) Elliott Sharp Aggregat (Clean Feed)

Rodrigo Amado Burning Live ( JACC) Trio M The Guest House (Enja Records) Aram Shelton Everything for Somebody ( Singlespeed)

Jason Stein Quartet The Story This Time ( Delmark) Neneh Cherry/The Thing The Cherry Thing (Smalltown Superjazzz) Rich Halley 4 Back From Beyond (Pine Eagle)

Zanussi 13 Live ( Moserobie) Ivo Perelman The Foreign Legion (Leo Records) Kullhammar/Aalberg Basement Sessions Vol.1 (Clean Feed)

Harris Eisenstadt Canada Day III ( Songlines) Josh Berman/His Gang

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