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Trio 3 (Andrew Cyrille, Reggie Workman, Oliver Lake): Visiting Texture

Read "Visiting Texture" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Ecco l'ennesimo capitolo della pregnante avventura del Trio 3, iniziata una trentina di anni fa con l'incontro di questi titani della musica e dell'improvvisazione contemporanea. Personalità forti, che nell'incontro hanno saldato una sintonia matura fin dal primo momento, ma nel corso del tempo sempre più organica e dialettica, tra libertà e rigore.

Vengono alla ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Basilio Sulis - Direttore Artistico di Ai Confini tra Sardegna e Jazz

Read "Basilio Sulis - Direttore Artistico di Ai Confini tra Sardegna e Jazz" reviewed by Paolo Peviani

In tempi come quelli odierni, fatti di festival con cartelloni omologati e di proposte musicali più attente agli aspetti commerciali che ai contenuti artistici, le manifestazioni che nel corso degli anni sono riuscite a mantenere una forte integrità e coerenza rappresentano una rara e dunque pregevole eccezione.

Tra queste, possiamo sicuramente annoverare Ai ...

Pasquale Mirra: Moderatamente Solo

Read "Moderatamente Solo" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Ultima uscita in ordine di tempo dell'etichetta Fonterossa di Silvia Bolognesi (che ce ne parlava nell'intervista che le abbiamo fatto recentemente ), Moderatamente Solo di Pasquale Mirra è un rarissimo esempio di album per solo vibrafono. Registrato dal vivo nel 2016 al Fonterossa Day #2 di Pisa, è dedicato dal suo autore ai propri genitori. Sebbene ...

Charlie Haden / Liberation Music Orchestra: Time/Life:Songs For The Whales And Other Beings

Read "Time/Life:Songs For The Whales And Other Beings" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Formed by bassist Charlie Haden in 1969 to protest America's war in Vietnam/Indochina, the Liberation Music Orchestra has reconvened roughly every ten years to record musical protest in the face of major injustices. Time/Life: Song for the Whales and Other Beings was inspired by concern at global ecological destruction, and to that end the music has ...

The Politics of Dancing: Jazz and Protest, Part 2

Read "The Politics of Dancing: Jazz and Protest, Part 2" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Part 1 of Jazz and Protest took an in-depth look at two landmark artists and the songs that laid the groundwork for protest within the jazz community. Billie Holiday's “Strange Fruit" took a circuitous route from its origins as a poem to its successful recording on a small label that was not afraid to lend a ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Fred Anderson: On the Run

Read "Fred Anderson: On the Run" reviewed by Lazaro Vega

This interview was first published at All About Jazz in August 2002 and is part of our ongoing effort to archive pre-database material.

The Roscoe Mitchell Quintet with special guest Fred Anderson played a successful benefit concert for Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp at the Wealthy Theatre in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The quintet's performance, ...

Abbey Rader Quartet with Kidd Jordan: Reunion

Read "Reunion" reviewed by John Sharpe

Drummer Abbey Rader first encountered celebrated reedman Kidd Jordan when he was touring with Billy Bang and Frank Lowe back in 2000, as a member of the outfit featured on One For Jazz (No More Records, 2001). Jordan sat in, and the ensuing mix was successful enough for Rader to intend a follow up. That didn't ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Zeno De Rossi: verso il futuro, volgendo lo sguardo al passato

Read "Zeno De Rossi: verso il futuro, volgendo lo sguardo al passato" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

L'uscita del CD Zenophilia ci offre l'occasione di una densa chiacchierata con il batterista Zeno De Rossi, toccando un ampio ventaglio della sua versatile e sensibile attività artistica, che ha interagito con i maggiori esponenti del jazz contemporaneo sulla scena italiana, e non solo.

All About Jazz Italia: Iniziamo dunque con il trio attuale, ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Peter Kuhn Trio: The Other Shore

Read "The Other Shore" reviewed by John Sharpe

Returning to the music after some 35 years off the scene, reedman Peter Kuhn helms a live date which catches him in consort with two like-minded and accomplished free spirits in bassist Kyle Motl and drummer Nathan Hubbard. Interest in Kuhn has spiked following the reissue of his debut Livin' Right, as part of the splendid ...

Peter Kuhn: No Coming, No Going – The Music of Peter Kuhn 1978-1979

Read "No Coming, No Going – The Music of Peter Kuhn 1978-1979" reviewed by John Sharpe

In No Coming No Going, the Lithuanian NoBusiness imprint has unearthed a real gem, as part of its continuing exhumation of the New York 1970s loft scene. Reedman Peter Kuhn was a minor presence during the latter half of the decade, releasing three discs under his own leadership, and appearing on dates by Frank Lowe and ...


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