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ARTICLE: EXTENDED ANALYSIS

U.K.: Ultimate Collectors' Edition

Read "U.K.: Ultimate Collectors' Edition" reviewed by John Kelman

Well, there's certainly been a wait for this one, but for fans of what may be the last high profile progressive rock group to emerge in the 1970s, U.K.'s Ultimate Collectors' Edition proves well worth it. What began as an already sizeable 16-disc box for a group that, during its relatively brief tenure, released just two ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Antoine Fafard: Ad Perpetuum

Read "Ad Perpetuum" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Canadian bassist Antoine Fafard possesses awe-inspiring chops and can seemingly do anything he darn well pleases. Following suit with his previous solo outing Occultus Tramitis (Unicorn, 2013) he aligns his significant wares with highly revered artists, providing the level of support required, not only to pull off the tricky time signatures, but to also add various ...

ARTICLE: REDISCOVERY

The Brecker Brothers: Heavy Metal Bebop

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The Brecker Brothers
Heavy Metal Bebop
Arista
1978

While artists more often than not look for an album title that in some way reflects the music contained within, few have come up with a name that, in three simple words, says it all as much as today's Rediscovery: The Brecker Brothers' Heavy Metal Bebop. ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Frank Zappa, due decenni dopo

Read "Frank Zappa, due decenni dopo" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Il 4 dicembre 2013 cadeva la ricorrenza del secondo decennale dalla scomparsa di Frank Zappa. Sono passati venti anni da quando una delle maggiori personalità musicali del XX secolo è venuta a mancare, stroncato da un male incurabile, lasciando un vuoto incolmabile nel mondo dell'arte contemporanea. Anche se la sua musica ha avuto un'enorme influenza su ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Erland Dahlen: Rolling Bombers and Blossom Bells

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The drummer, percussionist and composer Erland Dahlen is one of the most proficient musicians of the Nordic jazz community. His collaborations with top ranking musicians, such as Nils Petter Molvaer, Stian Westerhus, Eivind Aarset and Jan Bang, as well as his solo projects, have an unmistakable rhythmic signature owing to his singular instrumental voice. ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Drum Legend Terry Bozzio Presents A Solo Musical Performance On World's Largest Tuned Drum And Percussion Set On Forthcoming North American Tour

Drum Legend Terry Bozzio Presents A Solo Musical Performance On World's Largest Tuned Drum And Percussion Set On Forthcoming North American Tour

Los Angeles, CA: Drum legend Terry Bozzio, known for his work with Frank Zappa, Jeff Beck, UK and his critically acclaimed solo ventures, celebrates the 50th anniversary of his first drum lesson with “An Evening With Terry Bozzio” coast-to-coast North American tour! During the course of this tour, Terry Bozzio will hit over 40 cities from San Diego to Jacksonville to ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Gary Husband And Alex Machacek's Release "Now" on Abstract Logix

Gary Husband And Alex Machacek's Release "Now" on Abstract Logix

“Gary Husband and Alex Machacek have co-created an amazing piece of modern music which goes beyond categories...” —Chick Corea Now brings together two maverick voices of contemporary improvisation in a engaging, open-hearted conversation. Collaborating as a duo for the first time, pianist Gary Husband and guitarist Alex Machacek opt for a spare, stripped-down approach that highlights their intuitive, borderline-telepathic interplay across a program ...

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Randy Brecker: A Fusion Legacy

Read "Randy Brecker:  A Fusion Legacy" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

On stage at the North Sea Jazz Festival in Holland last July, the ubiquitous trumpeter Randy Brecker lowered his horn after playing two joyous and funky numbers on the stage that is one of the festivals largest venues, serving as a hockey arena during the appropriate season. There were throngs of people, sitting and standing, gleefully ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Antoine Fafard: Occultus Tramitis

Read "Occultus Tramitis" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

An unanticipated surprise in the form of a new album is always welcome. And the star-studded cast of jazz, jazz fusion and progressive rock performers here is somewhat of an eye-opener, especially when considering that UK bassist Antoine Fafard (Spaced Out) is not a household name in the US. Gathering a supporting cast of this stature ...

Barnicle Bill Trio: No Black Tie

Read "No Black Tie" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Barnicle Bill Trio dates to 2009, when drummer John Engels, bassist Mark Haanstra and alto saxophonist Miguel Martinez moved beyond jam sessions to the recording studio. BBT's eponymous debut (Self Produced, 2010) served up straight ahead, old-school jazz standards, with singer-songwriter Elvis Costello's “Almost Blue" the sole nod to modern times. BBT's second recording features another ...