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Black Motor, Tomasz Stanko and Other New Releases

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Finland's power trio, Black Motor, is sure to get your own motor running with a pair of tracks from a live recording issued by We Jazz. The music comes from a We Jazz festival held in Berlin in October last year which showcases some of their artists. This week's show also features music from the heart ...

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five With Cheryl Pyle

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Meet Cheryl Pyle:

The versatile flutist Cheryl Pyle received her BA in Music from the University of California at Berkeley in 1976, having received her Associates Degree from Mesa College in 1974. Her teachers included Merrill Jordan, Janet Maestre, Francis Watson, and Jayn Rosenfeld. She took Master classes with Jean-Pierre Rampal, Julius Baker, and James ...

Kazhargan World: Wonderful Times

Read "Wonderful Times" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Technology has irrevocably altered everything in its path; the way recordings are made is no exception. A century ago, a nine-person aggregation would have had to hover around a single recording device, playing together, in order for all the participants to make it onto the same record. Now, the members of a nonet don't even need ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Wonderful Times - CD 2012 -Dewey Records/Kazhargan

Wonderful Times - CD 2012 -Dewey Records/Kazhargan

Dewey Records (Germany) Announces the release of Wonderful Times from the international jazz group Kazhargan World A nice warm sound that is earthy along with some interesting post modern riffs bordering on accessible free jazz only to discover the musicians involved in the project were never actually present in the same room at the time of the ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Cheryl Pyle and Trio, "Soul Dust"

Cheryl Pyle and Trio, "Soul Dust"

Cheryl Pyle, flautist, can be increasingly found around New York wherever free-form music is being made. Her flute has been gracing a number of sessions I have heard about. She often plays in fleet bursts and has a vibrant tone. Today we look at a recent self-released album of hers, Soul Dust. It's a trio with ...