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ARTICLE: RADIO

Sync! Ned Rothenberg, Samir Chatterjee, Jerome Harris

Read "Sync! Ned Rothenberg, Samir Chatterjee, Jerome Harris" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

After more than two decades of activity Ned Rothenberg's Sync remains a reference band in its capacity to seamlessly integrate musical traditions and influences from various parts of the world in a unique line-up featuring the leader on reeds and shakuhachi, Samir Chatterjee on tabla and Jerome Harris on guitar and bass guitar.

Happy ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Empoli Jazz Summer Festival 2019

Read "Empoli Jazz Summer Festival 2019" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Empoli Jazz Summer Festival 2019
Giardino del Torrione di Santa Brigida
Empoli
9, 17, 23.7.2019

Programma di grande prestigio e qualità per Empoli Jazz Summer Festival 2019, che tra le diverse date ne includeva tre con protagonisti di primissimo livello della scena statunitense.

Ha iniziato la serie, il ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Merano Jazz 2019

Read "Merano Jazz 2019" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Merano
Teatro Kimm e altre sedi
10-14.7.2019

La ventitreesima edizione di Merano Jazz conferma la propria impostazione basata sul legame tra proposte concertistiche e attività didattica, con l'Accademia Mitteleuropea diretta da Franco D'Andrea ed Ewald Kontschieder, giunta quest'anno alla diciottesima edizione.

Nella rosa di docenti che ruotano con frequenza biennale, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Sonny Rollins: Holding the Stage: Road Shows Vol. 4

Read "Holding the Stage: Road Shows Vol. 4" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

At this point in his long and storied career, tenor saxman Sonny Rollins is probably incapable of releasing genuinely bad music (which isn't as obvious a statement as it may seem if, for example, you've tried to listen to Bob Dylan's Shadows in the Night Sinatra homage). Still, some sets are better than others, and Sonny ...

ARTICLE: FROM THE INSIDE OUT

From Microtones to Mauro to MFSB

Read "From Microtones to Mauro to MFSB" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Dave Fiuczynski
Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam!
RareNoise Records
2016

Simultaneously dedicated to 20th century classical composer Olivier Messiaen and legendary rap and hip-hop producer J Dilla, Flam! Blam! Pan-Asian Microjam! is a musical adventurer's dream and a purist's nightmare. But anything more conventional from conceptualist, composer and guitarist ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Mike Baggetta: Spectre

Read "Spectre" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Mike Baggetta has produced a number of quality recordings over the years yet Spectre may be his most compelling project to date. The guitarist delves into some “live" sound processing which include an array of delicate textures, sampling and loops undoubtedly influenced by ECM recording artist David Torn who mastered this release.

Though ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Adam Rudolph - Go: Organic Guitar Orchestra: Turning Towards The Light

Read "Turning Towards The Light" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Il percussionista e compositore statunitense Adam Rudolph è uno di quei musicisti ai quali qualsiasi etichetta va stretta. Basta scorrere la lista degli artisti con cui ha collaborato per rendersene conto: personaggi come Don Cherry, Jon Hassell, Sam Rivers, Pharoah Sanders, L. Shankar, Fred Anderson, Muhal Richard Abrams, Wadada Leo Smith, Omar Sosa, e soprattutto Yusef ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Krakauer's Ancestral Groove: Checkpoint

Read "Checkpoint" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Clarinetist David Krakauer has been exploring his Eastern European Jewish background through music for the past quarter century. He's managed to touch on his roots in varied ways during that time, tapping into Jewish history with some help from the Kronos Quartet on The Dreams And Prayers Of Isaac The Blind (Nonesuch, 1997), finding common ground ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Monday Recommendation: The Jaki Byard Project

Monday Recommendation: The Jaki Byard Project

The Jaki Byard Project, Inch By Inch, Yard Byard (GM Recordings) An album in tribute to a prodigious pianist—without a pianist; it must have seemed a good idea when flutist Jamie Baum conceived it. And it was. Ms. Baum, drummer George Schuller and guitarist Jerome Harris studied with Byard at the New England Conservatory. He died in ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Peter Davenport: Bolide

Read "Bolide" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Peter Davenport's Bolide is the sort of album that often flies completely under the radar. It's what record collectors call a private issue; completely self-produced, self-distributed and available on a very small scale; generally only through the artist. Nevertheless, Bolide is a worthwhile listening experience. While not a familiar name to me prior to hearing this ...