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ARTICLE: MY FAVOURITE THINGS

Benoît Delbecq e il Questionario di Proust

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Il tratto principale della mia musica
La sonorità.

La qualità che desidero nei musicisti che suonano con me
La generosità.

Come musicista, il momento in cui sono stato più felice
Quando ho incontrato Mal Waldron, a 17 anni, nel 1983.

Come musicista, il mio ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Steve Lacy Quintet: Last Tour

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As its title says, this album dates from Steve Lacy's last tour, which ran from the summer of 2003 in NYC through to March 2004 in Boston, (where Lacy was living at the time, as he was teaching at the New England Conservatory of Music). The eight tracks on this album were recorded in Boston's ICA ...

Michel Edelin Quartet: Resurgence

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French flutist Michel Edelin is back among familiar faces on Resurgence, after his appearance with fellow flutist Nicole Mitchell on The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest (Rouge Art, 2011). He reconstitutes the quartet which last appeared together on Déblocage D'émergence (AA Records, 1995) for a studio set of 11 of his smart originals. On bass ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Benoit Delbecq & Fred Hersch Double Trio's "Fun House" and Chris Clark's Debut "Cedar Wisely" Coming from Songlines

Benoit Delbecq & Fred Hersch Double Trio's "Fun House" and Chris Clark's Debut "Cedar Wisely" Coming from Songlines

Songlines will release a pair of extremely diverse yet equally exciting albums on March 12. Fun House, the first recorded collaboration between the critically acclaimed pianists Benoit Delbecq and Fred Hersch, finds them performing in a rare double-trio configuration. It's a ground-breaking encounter and between jazz piano and the sonic resources of contemporary classical music, between ...

ARTICLE: HIGHLY OPINIONATED

Roswell Rudd: The Musical Magus Turns 75

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"Years ago it would have seemed an impossible dream to get to record with this musical magus, but here we are... and what a thrill!" class="f-right">--Charlie Kohlhase, From liner notes to Eventuality: The Charlie Kohlhase Quintet Plays the Music of Roswell Rudd (Nada, 2001)




I see him suddenly as if in a ...

Steve Lacy Five: Blinks...Zurich Live 1983

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Few musicians bestrode the world of the avant-garde like the proverbial Colossus, but Steve Lacy did. He played with the heart of a giant and a soul in which a flame was lit in the '50s, when he began his career playing Dixieland music. By the time he made his presence felt in the avant-garde playing ...

Steve Lacy: Let’s Call This…Esteem; Hall Egg Farm 2000.10.16; November and Ideal Bread's Transmit

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Steve Lacy/Mal Waldron

Let's Call This...Esteem

SLAM-Silta

2010

Steve Lacy

Hall Egg Farm 2000.10.16

Suigyu

2010

Steve Lacy

November

Intakt

2010

Ideal Bread

Transmit

Cuneiform

2010


ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Jean-Jacques Avenel: Waraba

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When it comes to music, “old" can be a relative term. Jazz may be a revered and ancient language to its practitioners and fans, but it's a mere infant compared to the music of the West African Manding Empire, which dates back to the 13th Century rule of Sunjata Keita, its founder and first king. Until ...