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Jazz em Agosto 2019

Read "Jazz em Agosto 2019" reviewed by Stefano Merighi

Jazz em agosto Lisbona 1-4.8.2019 Resistenza e narrazioni. Questo in sintesi il filo conduttore dell'edizione 2019 di Jazz em Agosto, in corso di svolgimento come sempre presso la fondazione Gulbenkian a Lisbona. Un'edizione “militante," dunque, sebbene non così originale come in altre occasioni, vista la ripresa di ...

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Never Alone: Reflections on the 2018 Winter Jazzfest

Read "Never Alone: Reflections on the 2018 Winter Jazzfest" reviewed by Tyran Grillo

Ornette Coleman once said that sound has no parents. But that doesn't mean we can't be its children. On that point, jazz has always been something of a parental force, connecting progenies of representation across geographic and cultural borders. Its relationship to struggle has, however, at times been overshadowed by debate. On the one hand, jazz ...

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Benefit for Japan in April at Jazz Showcase Chicago

A “BENEFIT FOR JAPAN" is being planned to be held at the Jazz Showcase this April... Here are the details from Chicago Jazz Bassist, Steven Hashimoto as they are shaping up so far: “The events in Japan are almost too much for my mind to handle; nevertheless, I'm involved with organizing a benefit for victims of ...

Bare Bones Improvisation: A Challenge Rewarded

Read "Bare Bones Improvisation: A Challenge Rewarded" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Mood, ambiance and atmosphere are the basic building blocks of music making. Taken at its essence, music is made up of these three components. In generating sound--especially experimental, improvised sound--getting to the essence is a major victory for musicians. And, although it may appeal only to the adventurous listener, there is an importance to bare bones ...

Fred Anderson: Birthday Live 2000 and 21st Century Chase

Read "Fred Anderson: Birthday Live 2000 and 21st Century Chase" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

Fred Anderson Trio Birthday Live 2000 Asian Improv 2009 Fred Anderson 21st Century Chase Delmark 2009 Of all the players who have come through Fred ...

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Bradley Parker-Sparrow: The New World

Read "The New World" reviewed by Mark Corroto

It's possible that this improvised session was months in the making, as emails and telephone calls were made and returned to discuss the theme of pianist Bradley Parker-Sparrow's The New World. But, then again with improvisers of this quality this concept album might just as remarkably been laid down with a with a few nods, winks, ...

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Globe Unity: Japan

Read "Globe Unity: Japan" reviewed by Tom Greenland

Akira SakataFriendly PantsColumbia-Family Vineyard2009 Itaru OkiPhantom NoteRecord Label #2Year The Miyumi ProjectLive in PolandSouthport2009 Japanese culture has historically championed jazz and, not ...

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Fred Anderson Quartet: Live at the Velvet Lounge Volume III

Read "Live at the Velvet Lounge Volume III" reviewed by Jeff Stockton

Fred Anderson's sound on tenor can be heard in his stance. With his horn hung on a harness that looks like something a moving man would wear as he prepares to hoist a TV, Anderson bends his knees and hunches over as if muscle more than breath is needed to lift the notes into the air. ...

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Tatsu Aoki's Miyumi Project: East Meets the Rest, Friday 9 May

Tatsu Aoki's Miyumi Project:  East Meets the Rest, Friday 9 May

Steppenwolf Theatre Company 2008 Traffic Series Tatsu Aoki's Miyumi Project: East Meets the Rest Friday, May 9, 2008 7:30 p.m., $40 Steppenwolf Downstairs Theatre 1650 N. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60614 312-335-1650 steppenwolf.org In conjunction with the May 9th Steppenwolf performance, Southport Records will ...

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Tatsu Aoki: The Miyumi Project

Read "The Miyumi Project" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Of the wholly American art forms-jazz, cowboy movies, and fast food-jazz seems to have generated the most controversy as to its origins. Many believe jazz was given to the pilgrims by native Americans that first Thanksgiving during the halftime show. I hold to the theory that jazz came from New Orleans at the confluence of European, ...


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