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Mark Corroto's Best Releases Of 2013

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So many records, so little time. This sweet dilemma, I repeat again this year. Below are my top spins for 2013 (in no particular order). I've certainly missed a few gems, and I'll be trying to catch up on those during the cold of winter and probably through early spring...


Matana Roberts
COIN COIN Chapter Two:
Mississippi Moonchile

(Constellation Records)

Petr Cancura
Down Home
(RootsToBoot Music)

William Parker
Wood Flute Songs: Anthology
Live 2006-2012

(AUM Fidelity)

Matt Parker
Worlds Put Together
(BYNK Records)

Craig Taborn
Chants
(ECM Records)

Peter Evans
...Live At Zebulon
(More Is More)

John McNeil
Hush Point
(Sunnyside)

John Escreet
Sabotage and Celebration
(Whirlwind Recordings Ltd)

Ivo Perelman
Enigma
(Leo Records)

Ken Vandermark
Lacerba
(Clean Feed Records)

Gilad Hekselman
This Just In
(Jazz Village)

Rachel Musson
Tatterdemalion
(Babel Label)

Federico Ughi
Federico Ughi Quartet
(FMR Records)

Dave Rempis
Boss Of The Plains
(Aerophonic Records)

Jonathan Moritz
Secret tempo
(Hot Cup Records)

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