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Album Review

Travis Reuter: Quintet Music

Read "Quintet Music" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Released as the long-anticipated encore to his avant-garde debut, Rotational Templates (New Focus, 2011), Travis Reuter's Quintet Music is a masterpiece of musical sorcery, brimming with bold invention and innovative creativity. Reuter, a maverick guitarist who is unafraid to color outside the lines, leads his band of equally audacious virtuosos through a sonic wonderland that most musicians only dare to visit in dreams. The quintet, with Peter Schlamb swapping the traditional piano for the vibraphone, tosses the jazz ...

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Stephen Martin: High Plains

Read "High Plains" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Every so often, Missouri-bred saxophonist Stephen Martin bears witness to his main man, the late John Coltrane. But, for the most part, he is his own man on his second album as a leader, blowing hot, cool and earnestly on the quartet date, High Plains. Martin's disposition is decidedly contemporary, as he shows whether playing alone or with his special guests, alto saxophonist Bobby Watson (on Benny Golson's “Stablemates") or tenor saxophonist Matt Otto (on Otto's “Euphony"), two of the ...

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Logan Richardson: AfroFuturism

Read "AfroFuturism" reviewed by Chris May


In a 2016 interview, Kansas City-born alto saxophonist Logan Richardson said: “Jazz will constantly change because there's constantly a new us, new times. There will always be a fight from the conformists--but they don't represent where the tradition is coming from." Richardson was talking not long after the release of his adventurous Blue Note album, Shift. Warning! That album sounds positively conservative compared to the paradigm-shattering monster AfroFuturism. Among the latest album's various conceptual references, either intended ...

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Troy's Jazz Gallery Owner Says Club Will Showcase St. Louis Musicians

Troy's Jazz Gallery Owner Says Club Will Showcase St. Louis Musicians

Source: St. Louis Jazz Notes by Dean Minderman

If there's any truth to the old saying that “the third time's a charm," Troy Williams is hoping it applies to running a jazz club. Williams, whose past ventures into presenting live music included Troy's on the Park near Lafayette Square and Filter in the Central West End, recently re-entered the business with the opening of Troy's Jazz Gallery, 4519 Olive. “This is my third space doing jazz," he told StLJN in a phone conversation last week. “You learn, and ...

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Jazz This Week: Peter Martin, Tim Cunningham, Peter Schlamb and More

Jazz This Week: Peter Martin, Tim Cunningham, Peter Schlamb and More

Source: St. Louis Jazz Notes by Dean Minderman

It's a relatively light week for jazz performances in St. Louis, but there are at least a handful of shows worth noting around town. Here's a quick look:Tonight, pianist Peter Martin leads his trio in a free concert for the Whitaker Music Festival at Missouri Botanical Garden. For more on Martin, see StLJN's previous coverage here.Tomorrow, the Latin/jazz group Samba Bom does a free outdoor concert at St. Louis Place Park.On Friday and Saturday, ...

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Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson

Quintet Music

Self Produced
2024

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High Plains

OA2 Records
2022

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Asmara

Self Produced
2022

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AfroFuturism

WAX Industry / Whirlwind Recordings
2021

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A Change For The...

Self Produced
2020

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Ontology

Origin Records
2019

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Horizons

From: High Plains
By Peter Schlamb

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